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These photos originally appeared on bluegold_logo_60.GIF (404 bytes) in April 2001.

Allosaurus skeleton at the Joseph Moore Museum on the Earlham College Campus. Happy Easter!  Shepherd and his flock as created by the Overbeck Sisters.
Yellow tulips brighten Glen Miller Park in Richmond.  Glen Miller provides a perfect spot for spring picnics. Hayes House at Hayes Regional Arboretum.  Enjoy the redbuds as you drive along the Auto Tour.
The Olde North Chapel housed three different demoninations before becoming a wedding chapel in 1985.

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On this page: Allosaurus dinosaur skeleton at the Joseph Moore Museum on the Earlham College Campus.  Overbeck Sisters figurine featuring a shepherd with his sheep flock. Sometimes these figures are referred to as "grotesques" or "humor of the kiln".  Yellow tulips bloom in Glen Miller Park.  Redbud tree and rolling green lawn stretch in front of the Hayes House at Hayes Arboretum.  Spring trees blossom in front of The Olde North Chapel.


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