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Scenes from the first Portland Bonsai Village Tour!

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Our local organization of bonsai, the Bonsai Society of Portland, asked me to put on a summer tour for its members. I was delighted! With several tour options to consider, we ended up with a long afternoon excursion to nurseries and studies of Ryan Neil, Jan Rentenaar, and Randy Caballero. We had a whooping 19 BSOP members register, and the mass of us took off in a boxcars last weekend to be inspired by a beautiful bonsai, bonsai containers handmade, and conifers collected. Several people walked away that day with new trees and shrubs, too.

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Enjoy the pictures of our first tour Portland Bonsai Village!

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First stop: Neil Ryan’s room. Ryan took almost two hours of your day to spend welcome and talk to the Village Tour. It was impressive and inspiring! Thanks Ryan

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The following photos are yard- Ryan

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Great pot Ron Lang, Ryan.

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Our finding Ryan with his brief impromptu presentation at the American ceramists.

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Our tour of the continuous ceramic pots in the studio of Jan Rentenaar, who lives not far from Ryan. She makes a wide range of ceramic materials, including some large containers bonsai wood oven beauty.

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Jan is a whole docking speaker! In his yard he had installed a lot of chairs for a little rest in the afternoon, and offered refreshments, too, which were received enthusiastically by our tour members. Thanks Jan!

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Then we went to the house of Randy Caballero, who is full of trees and collected grounding homegrown. This was a great Rocky Mountain juniper.

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Village Tour fastener of a small juniper Randy Knight.

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Ponderosa pine sale in Randy Knight. A member of Village Tour put a label ‘hold please!’ In this …

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huge collection of Rocky Mountain juniper in Randy Knight. Another tree marked by a member Village Tour …

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My favorite photo of the tour, in the place- Thank you all for coming Ryan on our first tour! Greg and I were pleased with their enthusiasm … that made our first trip to Portland bonsai share a rich and enjoyable experience!

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