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Floridian Thanksgiving: Part 2

For part 2 of this installment, I am going to transport you physically, mentally, and emotionally (okay, definitely not physically and probably not emotionally but you get the gist) to beautiful Japan. And by that I mean a Japanese garden in Delray Beach, FL that I suspect is very comparable to a real place in Japan.

In any case, Matt and I went to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens while we were in Florida and – no exaggeration and all jokes aside – it was breathtaking.

We got really lucky with the weather – it was a beautiful sunny day, not too humid, and there was enough shade offered throughout the gardens to keep me from passing out. Since I probably don’t have anything else beneficial to say (Matt was the one reading the brochure about the gardens, but since I was taking pictures I gained approximately zero educational value from the experience) I will leave you with the below photos to make you jealous and wish you too were in Japan… er, I mean, Flo Rida.

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Matt learning. Please contact him for any questions in regards to the gardens and what they contained.

Made a new friend!

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In case no one could tell we were tourists.

Cutie little Bonsai tree!

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Cheesin’ cause we love gardens!

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