June 25: a drive in the park

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I'm starting to assemble the pictures from my 2007 "Summer Tour".

Starting out of sequence, here are the ones I took in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia along the Skyline Drive. These were made on Monday, 6/25, the day after the CMAA colloquium ended in Washington.

No bloggers were harmed in the process of taking this photo:

Despite being an indoor-geek kind of guy, I'm a fan of botanical gardens, so when I visited Hershey, PA on Monday, 6/18, it was an opportunity to see theirs, including the garden's butterfly house. Besides, it was too hot to buy chocolate.

More photos are on-line at the links above.

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Duh, it's NEVER too hot to buy chocolate!

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