Tuesday, October 4, 2011

All Around Avalon

On the Lipscomb campus stands the old farmhouse where the school's founder once lived. It was used for a time as the university president's home, but now it's operated as a mini-museum and bed&breakfast facility by an organization committed to its upkeep and to providing scholarship help for Lipscomb students.

Fall is evident in the bare rose garden and the tangled herb garden behind the old home's back entrance. And in the dogwood berries that I took pictures of on my way home from my walk.

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