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Like a lot of folks who live in places with long stretches of gray and chilly weather, I occasionally head to Florida for sunshine and relaxation.Fortunately, Florida has no shortage of wildlife preserves, gardens and other lovely spots that feel a world away from crowded theme parks and popular beaches. One such oasis is Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach, about a half-hour's drive from Fort Lauderdale, an hour from Miami and just a few minutes from Delray's bustling restaurant and shopping strip. This Feb. 7, 2015 photo shows a feeding area for koi, which are large colorful carp, at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach, Fla. The colony didn't last, but Morikami stayed and prospered.
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