Jefferson's Vegetable Garden at Monticello

We are at Monticello near Charlottesville, Virginia in the early morning with lots of fog on the mountaintop. After touring the house inside and out, you can walk down to the expansive Vegetable Garden that Thomas Jefferson had made in the late 1700’s.  At each end of the now replanted garden was an original little building with a chair in it.  Jefferson’s design of architecture was inspiring.

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