Jane's photos are lovely! A much better welcome to April than Fool's Day. Is she home yet? Nell
Hi and yes she is. We're all sharing in her post-Denmark stories and week-of-no-sleep fatigue. Yesterday we went to see The Hunger Games -- creepy. You might say no creepier than Lord of the Flies or The Most Dangerous Game, but really it is. The actors (those who were given actual roles to play) are very good and, as it always says in Variety, "tech credits excellent," but it isn't even skin deep. Yet the plot and details are concentration camp-horrible. Well, that's over. Today, even though it's cold, we'll visit our marvelous Chanticleer Gardens in Wayne. http://www.chanticleergarden.org/visitors.htmlMaybe Longwood Gardens also:http://longwoodgardens.org/Curtis
Delighted to here that Jane is back safe and sound and full of tales to tell. I have no interest in seeing The Hunger Games. Actually, I've only seen/heard the trailer and it did bring to mind The Lord of the Flies, even though I didn't know the plot. Barry filled me in, and I definitely will not be rushing to see it. Chanticleer and Longwood are so beautiful. We have to drive quite some distance to find anything so lovely.
It's funny -- in Tuxedo, the Japanese tourists flock to our fancy discount mall, Woodbury Common. In Pennsylvania, our several extraordinary gardens are the main Japanese tourist stopping-off point. Apparently, not too far away, near Doylestown, the Burpee Seed Company maintains a superb flower, plant and vegetable garden open to visitors. Curtis
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