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RE: Missouri Botanical Gardens--trip


Melody-- while you are there this weekend, please look for a decent
hotel in the area too.... some of us that may make the trip would need
to stay in the area..... and I hate just picking a hotel, never know
what type of area or condition the rooms are in.... 

Donna

> 
> Dear friends: Just interrupted myself from what promises to be a few
> good hours of roaming the Missouri Botanical Gardens
website...luscious
> pictures. Now I think I'm going to have to go there this
> weekend...haven't been there yet this year and now I simply must
go!!!!!
> Good thing the kids are old enough now to just be able to go on a
> whim...and my husband's best friend and his wife live there so we
always
> have a handy place to stay. Anyway, I wanted to tell you all, before I
> get totally absorbed in the website, that if you go to that site,
which
> is www.mobot.org, they have a link on the left hand side of the page
> titled "plants in bloom" and you can see what is currently in bloom,
> plus review 8 years of blooming, week by week. This is kind of a neat
> feature because you can look at say all the 2nd weeks in September for
> the past 8 years and see what you might be able to expect were you to
> visit at that time in the future...which makes something like what
we've
> been talking about more realistically based. Looks like, from the
short
> review I gave it, that September is a gr88888888888 time to visit
MOBOT.
> Count me in for sure for any trip we might organize there in the
> future...it's only a four hour drive for us so just name the date and
> I'll be there.
> 
> 
> 
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
> 
> "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."
> --Albert Einstein
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