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Jack Bace Park
by Bill Clough
Sep 15, 2013 | 50 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The wind sculpture at Jack Pace Park
The wind sculpture at Jack Pace Park
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A turk’s cap flower by the bench in the butterfly garden
A turk’s cap flower by the bench in the butterfly garden
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A boulder decorated by a plaque naming the park
A boulder decorated by a plaque naming the park
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The seat and back of a metal bench
The seat and back of a metal bench
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Dewdrops hang from a tree branch.
Dewdrops hang from a tree branch.
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THE PACE is slow at Jack Bace Park, at East Corpus Christi and South Buchanan streets. In the early morning, it is a study of dewdrops and dawn. Snuggled in the northwest corner is a park within a park, the Margaret Moser Butterfly Garden, with flora to fit the taste of any butterfly. Drops of moisture decorate both branch and bench. At the still moment just after a late summer sunrise, even the wind sculpture is motionless. In today’s frenetic lifestyle, there is a lesson to be learned, taught by a quiet bench and butterflies.
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