I like/need to exercise and I prefer to do it outside versus a gym.  I received a Bloedel Membership for my birthday this summer and have not used it nearly enough.  So last week on one of our glorious sunny fall days (like today), I took my three mile walk through the trails at the Bloedel Reserve.

The Bloedel Reserve is great for nature lovers, gardeners, walkers, joggers, photographer, history buffs – there are so many reasons to go and enjoy the splendor that the Bloedel family developed.   Bloedel is a 150 acre public garden that includes a Japanese Garden, moss garden, family estate home, reflection pool, ponds, views of the sound, wildlife, and more.

Bloedel is glorious right now with all of the colors of fall, but I also can’t wait to see it with snow. And, the Magical Holiday Village and Model Train Exhibit goes on display December 4th.

Click here for hours and admission/fee info.  A membership is NOT needed, nor is a reservation.

Bloedel Collage - by Jen Pells

 

On November 15, 2011, in Activities, Community, Parks, by

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