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... room of the home on April 12, 1945. The last stop is a view of the painting being done which was never finished. Some years later the artist (Miriam Elizabeth Shoumatoff) finished the portrait from memory and got it almost exact, except that she painted the tie blue and not red as in the original. Pretty good memory after so many years.
The town was cute, some nice shops and lots of bikers having a get-together! A fun day.
... deal to us.
We drove through all the roads, got out and walked among the "what would have been" spectacular azalea gardens, and went to the museum and the greenhouses, saw a bird show, the butterfly gardens, the Victory Garden South, and Mr. Cason's Garden; and made a full day of it anyway.
Definitely worth another stop at a better time of ...
... hot. We heard about raptors (an owl, two hawks, and a vulture) which flew over the crowd during the presentation.
Callaway Gardens is huge. We drove our vehicle to see the many sights. We visited the chapel, the horticulture center, the vegetable garden, and other sights. We walked 4.5 miles today. We were very tired.
... he is also Jayne's second cousin). We got in touch with him and arranged to meet him for breakfast the next morning.
At breakfast he asked if we would like to have a tour of the museum. The exhibits in the museum cover a wide range of subjects from dinosaurs to solar energy. Jack was our enthusiastic and very knowledgeable tour guide, and we thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon spent there.
As we had ...
... that I had always found myself doing or noticing occasionally, but I have never had a name for those thoughts. Ever since I was young I would always be arranging objects in relationship to each other and the spaces between were very important to me. Who knew Ma was the name for that? And that there was a term, Shoshin, for the mindset you should be in to avoid getting frustrated (which is so easy to do when working ...