The Garden of
Peacefield.
Quincy, Massachusetts
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Peacefield is located in Quincy,
Massachusetts, hometown of two US
Presidents, John Adams and his son John
Quincy Adams. It is a historic home and
now part of the Adams National Historic
Park.
It piqued my interest to visit this place
after having learned about this particular
garden from a colleague.
It opened at 9am yesterday 6/13/20 and
the garden is open to the public gratis
but not the house.
It was a beautiful day, blue skies with
high thin clouds, refreshing cool breeze,
a perfect day to be out and about. Yes,
we’re still in the midst of this ever
present pandemic so I took the
necessary precautions- mask on,
physically distancing and  sanitizer
handy, which I do even before it went
vogue😊. There were very few people
though.
I had a relaxing day, peaceful, just what I
needed after a hectic work week. The
garden is small yet charming and really
enjoyed it. Lots of birds singing.
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“Learning is not attained by chance, it
must be sought for with ardor and
attended with diligence.”
~Abigail Adams
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“Great necessities call out great virtues.”
                         
~Abigail Adams
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A great time to visit as the
garden is in full bloom.
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~ Abigail Adams
“ We have too many high-sounding
words, and too few actions that
correspond with them.”
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-ABIGAIL ADAMS
"If we mean to have heroes,
statesmen and philosophers, we
should have learned women."
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Thank you very much for your time and
appreciation.
Dante
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