Open to the public only one day in spring and one day in fall, the Steinhardt Garden is a wondrous private garden that rivals anything you might see in a public botanical garden. “Here are some photos that I took on my visit on a clear, early November morning,” says Jan Johnsen, who was lucky enough to be one of its few visitors. “The colors sparkled around me and I hope you can catch a little of the joyous feeling I felt as I wandered through.” A must-see garden, make sure Steinhardt is on your itinerary.
Nearby is another picturesque stream crossing consisting of single planks set in a zigzag layout. It requires some concentration as you navigate the span. One false move and….well, you get the idea. This is certainly a landscape for the agile.
Left: A zigzag plank stream crossing requires agility and balance but it looks so appealing!