They say that the New Year is a time for reflection. So, I’ll be posting some of my favorite reflections over the next little bit of time. Always fascinated by the mirror image, I wonder if there is an alternate reality on the other side.
The lone “survivor” of the failed Yamato Colony experiment of the early 1900s, George Morikami continued to grow and sell fruits and vegetables into his old age. In the 1970s, he donated his farmlands to Palm Beach County with the intent of creating a cultural link between his two homelands, the USA and Japan. Thus, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens was created. The complex of 6 interconnected gardens is called “Roji-en” or “Garden of the Drops of Dew” and is located in Delray Beach, Florida.
Copyright 2013 Mary Jane E Clark