The first two days of this challenge I showed you doors in Durham, NC and yesterday I showed you doors in my hometown where I still live (Raleigh, NC) and now I'll show you a garden in the third town, Chapel Hill, NC, which makes up the triangle. Each town has a major university and the research triangle park is in the middle so there is a lot of back and forth in this area. The door above is to the Paul Green cabin at the North Carolina Botanical Garden.
The gates above were temporary doors into the garden, when I visited it last September. They have temporary Art in Garden exhibits in the fall and the gates and other features as well as sculpture were part of the temporary exhibits. I went there last year after my oncology appointment at The University of North Carolina since the garden is across the street from the road leading to the cancer center. Below is another gate which was there last fall and was the door leading into the mountain habitat garden where the Paul Green cabin has been since being moved there.
If I have time, I'm going to go for another quick walk through the garden after my oncology appointment today (Thursday). I have not had a melanoma recurrence since my lymph nodes were removed from the affected basin, after one was positive in March of 2005. I do have a lot of doctor's appointments both as a follow up for the cancer as well as for subsequent issues I've had since after the dissection. I try to combine photo shoots with appointments to take the bad taste out of my mouth.
I will definitely be looking for doors today in Chapel Hill if I have the time. To find other doors from around the world, please go see the host of this challenge at Heaven in Belgium.