For my second day in Durham yesterday—with perfect weather, despite some drizzle today—I went to the acclaimed Sarah P. Duke gardens, on the Duke University campus. The place was crowded on such a beautiful day, but the gardens themselves did not disappoint. There is a Japanese garden there as well—including a really cool bamboo grove—so I spent most of my time in that area.
Today I’m taking it easy, doing some calls and administrative tasks. Tomorrow I’ll head south to Apex to meet up with my aunt and uncle again, so there may not be much to report on for a couple of days there as I enjoy some family time. Afterwards, on Tuesday, I’ll be taking the train to Richmond, and after that, if all goes well, visiting some really cool intentional communities.
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