The Sunday Traveler~The Grotto, Part 2

Returning for one final travel post on Portland, Oregon’s The Grotto that I previously touched upon. This incredible place of gardens that is actually more like a well manicured forest. The gardens sit on a plateau way above the entry grotto and church (photos from that post were presented on 12/16/18). Here I am again to show just a few more photos.

Surprises around every turn in the paths, including this labyrinth. What a wonderful place to walk a labyrinth, and do a little meditation amongst this display of nature that tells me there is a higher power.

Actually this whole place is a meditation in the glory of nature.

Some autumn colors remained when I visited in late November, and I was grateful to see just a few hints of this, wishing that I had scheduled my trip for a little earlier in the season.

Like a little cabin in the woods, this little chapel was one of those little surprises.

I will close off with this set of photos here on Sundays and post more here and there on my Wordless Wednesdays.

The Sunday Traveler will be taking a few weeks away again, and will be out gathering more post materials as I travel back to San Antonio, Texas to visit friends. I’ll be back in about three weeks time.

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About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. I am a retired nurse case manager. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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12 Responses to The Sunday Traveler~The Grotto, Part 2

  1. What a colorful and serene place to spend some time.
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  2. Su Leslie says:

    Lovely photos.hope you have a fab time.

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  3. Arati says:

    Happy, inspiring travels…

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  4. Tippy Gnu says:

    I like the labyrinth. And the little red chapel also. Enjoy the warmer weather in San Antone. I lived there once, briefly. In a barracks. While in boot camp. Stressful memories from what is probably a great city.

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  5. Sue says:

    Happy travel!

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