Many parents of children with extraordinary challenges have a difficult time traveling to check on extended family who live at a distance, but it’s important to visit our own parents.
This week’s post is short as I go for a family visit in a warmer, tropical place.
I recently visited San Francisco’s tropical plant treasure trove in the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park for the first time since the pandemic, and was reminded how enticing bright greens and exotic flower shapes are. Next week will be back to a regular hike post, and in the meantime, happy trails!
This week’s HikingAutism Hike Notes from the archives is Conservatory of Flowers, a San Francisco Historical Landmark filled with tropical plants that transport us to distant places.
This week’s Hike Notes from the Archives:
(Original Hike Notes 88): Conservatory of Flowers
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