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Fall walk in the Seattle Arboretum

Japanese Garden
The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn. - John Muir

The weather continues to be glorious for October. I love crisp blue fall days. We usually have rain, fog or gray days. But we have only had a few misty days the past few weeks. G even had to water the garden it has been so dry. Cold but dry.

We went to the Seattle Arboretum to view the gorgeous colors. We had not been to the Japanese Garden in ages so we paid it a visit. It is separate from the main arboretum and has a small entry fee. The colors were brilliant reflecting on the pool.

Here are some pictures from the Japanese Garden:

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

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Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Later we took a short walk along the trail to Foster Island.

Trail to Foster Island

Trail to Foster Island

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That was so lovely to rad this afternoon. ;)

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