October 2, 2006
The changing displays are fascinating, and the sound of falling water is hypnotic.
All the grounds, gardens, fountains, etc., need constant maintenance.
There are 300 paid staff and 400 volunteers to keep the property in wonderful display at all seasons.
The day was beautiful. After five hours of walking, we felt we had seen only a fraction of the gardens, and we would like to return at other seasons.
We took many pictures, and we would be happy to share them. Let me know if you want to see more!
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This has been a spring and summer of getting around. 2005You can see those pictures:
We're off to Maine for a week of pictures and lobster! Day 5
The New York State Fair - lots of chickens and other animals.
A search for Rexford Falls and finding the Sherburne Historic District.
Antique Firetrucks in Liverpool.
Balloons at the Spiedie Fest.
A trip to Utica to see Munson-Williams-Proctor Museum and Fountain Elms
We rented a canoe at Nathaniel Cole Park.
A visit to Hanford Mills and the Lumberjack Show
Hancock Shaker Village.
A trip to Pixley Falls and Delta Lake.
We watched them set up the Big Top at the Circus
We went to the Utica Zoo
Then we went to the Syracuse Zoo
Wickwire House in Cortland
A trip to babysit the grandkids
A visit to Boston to see a Red Sox Game
Drive through Edmeston area to see the animals
Ithaca Herbert F. Johnson museum trip
And there are lots of pictures of our trip out west.
travel to Texas
Texas Day 1 San Antonio to Pearsall
Texas Day 2 Pearsall to Laredo
Texas Day 3 Laredo to Brownsville
Texas Day 4 South Padre Island
Texas Signs amused us
Art Museum at Vassar
Old Stone Fort, Schoharie, NY
Cherry Valley, New York
Mid Atlantic: Longwood Gardens
from other summers:
Leslie designed a
In Autumn Before/After Exterior
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park 2
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