Thursday, November 7, 2013

National Arboretum

This is the cutest children's playground with gum nut pod connecting hubs between the slides and climbs.
The Magpies gathered around when one of our party began feeding them apple pieces.
Great rock walls throughout the complex.
This texture is from the Cork Oak tree. A plantation of the corks is one of the fully established areas planted in 1917 by Water Burley Griffin. It was beautifully cool under the foliage.
A nice time to make new friends L-R Kate, Deborah and me.


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