Because it's likely to be twilight by the time you're leaving the Nott Memorial for dinner, I'd like to suggest you pencil in a very short stroll with a friend or two to Jackson's Garden before your ample buffet lunch break ends and you head to one of the three Conference presentations scheduled for 2 P.M. I've praised the oldest cultivated college garden in the nation elsewhere, at this link, where you will find photos and can take a video walk through the Garden. For now, here's a slideshow with a half dozen photos taken just before 2 P.M. today, in a portion of the Garden nearest the entrance. Not seen are trails along a lovely creek, a large gazebo, a field for frisbee, and more. In a week, there will be more fall colors to make the 8 acres of formal gardens and woodland even more inviting.
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