ushering in november at meadowlark

I went for a walk through Meadowlark Botanical Gardens on the first of November, and I was surprised to find how vibrant and colorful it was.  It was the perfect welcome to the month, full of promise. 🙂

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autumns leaves

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gazebo on the hill

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gazebo on the hill

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the hare at Toddler’s Tea Garden

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ornamental grasses

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Lake Gardiner

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colors under the bridge

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swirls of color

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Trees along Lake Caroline

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Gazebo at Lake Caroline

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Korean Bell Garden

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Korean Bell Garden

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Korean Bell Garden

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Korean Bell Garden

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Korean Bell Garden

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Korean Bell Garden

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Historic Tree Grove

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a sculpture at Meadowlark

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Ramblin Robbie

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Historic Log Cabin

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delicate leaves

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exuberance

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towering pines

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dried hydrangeas

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a pop of red

*Steps: 9,954, or 4.22 miles*

*Friday, November 1, 2019*