Sunday, April 21, 2013

Planting Trees at The Tree Museum

It's pretty neat to think you can go to a museum and leave something there that could someday be seen by your descendants.  That's something normally left to famous people.

Today, my kids and I got to plant trees at Dawes Arboretum, a place that is all about trees.

Governor's have planted trees here for ten decades.  It's a tradition.

Today, the Newark Rotary Club joined in the tradition as a service project.

Now, the TriPlatts have too, without having to run for public office even.  And they can bring my grandkids and great-great grandkids to Dawes some day too to see the trees they planted at the tree museum.

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