Saturday, June 30, 2012

Berkshire Botanical Gardens (Frogs and Plants)

There is nothing like seeing the world through the eyes of a 18 month old child.  On Amy's list of to do was a trip to the Berkshire Botanical Gardens in Stockbridge, MA. We started off not as early as we wanted to but early enough.

We took 'Scape with Nate.  He spent a large part of the trip down commenting on Grandpa drive other car and of course the various tractors and trains seen on the way.  Then once we arrived he turned all bizness with the sniffing of flowers and the walking of paths.

The Gardens had a display of architectural designs to make shade. Our favorite was the one with a garden on the roof of the shade.  It was in my personal favorite area of the pond garden.

Next was the pond garden where everyone looked for the very friendly frogs...who jumped and said rivet!

Lunch was "shared" at a picnic table and then the children's garden was visited where Nate could water the plants.

Big trees and paths lead to some hide and seek games.
The cost was 20 for the two of us.  High entertainment value for the dollar when visiting with the Grandson.


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