Wow, I had no idea I hadn’t posted in so long. My life has been quite stressful and I’m not really connecting to Spokane. I’ve only been here for two months, but during that time I’ve had two cataract surgeries, along with the stressful living situation I moved into. So needless to say, I have zero sense of belonging here. I need to be here until late Jan. at least so I’m attempting to get out more and explore.
A local friend mentioned Manito Park, so I decided to check it out. I’ll post a few photos I took of the park in another post. I wanted to focus this post on the beautiful display at Gaiser Conservatory. I happily stumbled upon it on Dec. 12th, while walking around the park. I went back to see it again on the 16th as that was its last day.
Photos by Katelon T Jeffereys
It is located on the southern tip of the park. Just walking through the doors was heavenly as it was warm and humid, quite the change from the almost freezing temperatures of Spokane. There was a main little area with a display in the middle, a fountain flowing on the left, plants to the right and ahead. Then, there is a long room to each side with a middle display row and rows on each side. All the plants were lit up with holiday lights, along with well placed holiday decorations and statues. Below are some photos. If you’d like a more detailed look, just click on the photo and it will be enlarged for you.
And there’s more….
Manito park is located at 1702 S. Grand Blvd. in Spokane, WA. Here is the website link: http://www.manitopark.org/ So if you are in Spokane, come check it out!
Thanks for visiting my blog and hanging with me through my changes 🙂