Azalea Gardens Park

The azaleas are all finished blooming but the park is still full of flowers.
 Crepe Myrtle of all colors bloomed along the paths.

Ducks and Canada Geese waddled everywhere. It was raining and the visitors were sparse.
The waterfall is a shady place on the hillside which has always been a favorite play place for my children.
White crepe myrtle and bottle brush bushes bloomed along with Canna lilies.
Children had  deserted the playground equipment, but there were two teen girls running back and forth under the park’s sprinkler fountain.
It was a drippy day and plenty hot, but my ride through the park was worth the time. The scent of these white blossoms was like a fine perfume.

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