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Lost Hollow at
Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens
Belmont, North Carolina
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Lost Hollow was constructed in 2014 as a place where children of all ages begin a new journey of fascination and adventure. It is nestled between manicured gardens and old forest featuring an amphitheater, sunken pond, Moonkeep, play spaces and more for the imagination.

plaque Child of Peace;
statue 1 - Child of Piece statue plaque - Child of Piece
plaque for statue Mother and Son
Mother and Son statue

Below: sign about a future area in the garden

sign about a future area
spot for future area
Crape Myrtle sign
Crape Myrtle tree
art
eyeball in sidewalk

Lee liked the really tall tree as seen from two different angles.

tall tree tall tree
bench walkway

The Children's Center at Lost Hollow

Lost Hollow sign hut
The two RV Gypsies rest The two RV Gypsies rest

The two RV Gypsies had fun inside "The Aviary" - it spun around and around.

The Aviary sign
Lee Duquette sitcks his butt out of The Aviary Lee Duquette rides inside The Aviary
Lee Duquette rides inside The Aviary Karen Duquette rides inside The Aviary
Karen Duquette rides inside The Aviary Karen Duquette rides inside The Aviary

Below: A structure that was really quite interesting with its many unique features.

structure
structure and Mookeeep stone structure

The dark entry at the bottom part of the above structure is called "Moonkeep". The inside of Moonkeep represents the moon and the stars.

Moonkeep Karen Duquette inside Moonkeep

Ten decorative iron pieces surround the inside.

decorative iron pieces surround the inside iron snake
iron wolf iron squirrel
time piece
iron fish iron bird
iron face iron rabbit
iron seahorse

The stone pillars were really interesting

stone pillars stone pillars

Below: Looking up inside the pointed roof

fence and roof inside the pointed roof
divider bar

art on a table in the visitor Center

a bird on a birdhouse

iron mosquito

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