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mushrooms by miriam hall by Larry Burgess

Trio of fungi

2:04 PM  Jul 3rd, 2013
by Larry Burgess

Three cute mushrooms grow in a flower bed shared by Miriam Hall and Anderson Center. According to legend, in medieval Ireland, mushrooms were believed to be umbrellas for leprechauns. So if any Irish sprites wander through campus in the rain soon, they’ll find some protective gear here.

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