Winter Magic at The Oregon Garden, Part 3

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Left Coast Travel, Musings, Nature, Photography, The Four Seasons, The Oregon Garden

Imagine my surprise, when on Christmas morning I discovered The Secret Garden in a hidden corner of the Oregon Garden. When the trail forked, we stayed to the left. Just past a stand of cotton woods a heavy gate blocked the path. I peeked over it and saw the blue door way on the other side.

Hurray!! I finally found the Secret Garden.

The first time I visited here during the fall, the woman at the ticket counter said “be sure to look for the Secret Garden”! Of course I asked for a hint, the place is huge, but all she divulged was to look for a blue door. That day in October, I never found the secret garden or the blue door.

So it was fun to not only find it on Christmas Day, but to also get to see it covered with a little snow.

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Snowflakes were falling. A sparrow was watching a restless kinglet scamper from branch to branch.

Suddenly, they both flew off.

And then it was time for me to go too.
Have Zen Zunday!
Sabine

 

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My passions in life are vegetarian cooking, gardening, photography, writing, good books, traveling and nature. Thanks for stopping by, Sabine

10 thoughts on “Winter Magic at The Oregon Garden, Part 3”

  1. Gorgeous, amazing, stunning, beautiful! I think I need my thesaurus to come up with more words. What a very special time for you!

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  2. I love that blue door. It looks so peaceful there in the cold snow without a lot of people. πŸ™‚ It’s going to be zen in a few moments. Busy most of the day but accomplished my goal. Christmas is no more. πŸ™‚ Time for the journal and then a little light reading. πŸ™‚ Have a great week.

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    • This one got lost on me! It should be beautiful in spring. I noticed a lot of plant tags in the ground. I plan to check it out then and walk through that blue door again. Take it easy Marlene! 😊

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