Hidden jewel of Moses Lake a must-see

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Spring is here and our own Japanese Garden is open to the public again. The garden truly is a hidden jewel in our town. If youíve never been there, now is the time to visit while the trees are in bloom. If youíve been there in the past, but were disappointed at the water quality of the koi pond, now is the time to visit. The water is crystal-clear and there is a new fountain to crown the top of the waterfall pond. Brush has been cleared to enhance the trails and the garden is a real showcase this year.

My only complaint is about those smokers who canít seem to dispose of their cigarette butts properly. Please take care of our lovely garden so that we can all enjoy it.

Vaughn Blethen

Moses Lake

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