Valentine’s Day at the Library

The Hubby and I visited one of our nearby libraries today. The Hillsboro Library is a very nice library with beautiful grounds which include paved walking trails, a creek, and ponds that host many water birds. It was a fun way to spend Valentine’s Day morning, both inside and on our walk outside the library.

Inside the library, I appreciated the “Blind Date” display and checked out one of the books that turned out to be a vegan cookbook. Perfect! I loved the clues on the front of each of the wrapped books and hope that many others checked out one of those parcels as a blind date!

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9 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day at the Library

  1. Kristen M.

    What a perfect Valentine’s outing! Hubby and I took a midday trip out to Third Place Books and I got two lovely series books that I had been waiting impatiently for. 🙂

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  2. Kay

    I’ve been to the Hillsboro Library, but I don’t think it was that one. Can’t remember and it’s been too many years now. It is lovely though and I’m sure the walking trails are wonderful. I love the ‘blind date’ books. I’ve seen that in libraries and also in bookstores. Sounds like a perfect Valentine’s Day!

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  3. Les in OR

    I’m glad you’re back to your Wednesday Wanderings! This looks like such a lovely library. The exterior shot reminds me a little bit of the building I used to work in when I worked at a biotech company (as an executive secretary, not a scientist!) in La Jolla, CA. Same structure and a pond, too!

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    1. Robin Post author

      Les, I don’t know the history of this library building but it’s in a biotech area (and very close to Intel) so it could have been a company building at some time. I’ll have to do some research. And, yes, it’s nice to get back to our wandering!

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