I love the old buildings that make up the core of the still standing originals of Michigan State University. They no longer function in the disciplines upon which they were built, but I like to think of them as being as they were conceived.
As a kid I liked strawberry Captain Crunch ice cream bars and orangesicles (and a lot of other stuff too) but in the ice cream world these stood out. When I saw this rose I wondered where I could get an orangesicle.
Actually on my walk back to my booth there is big old house which I think is some sort of business/inn/etc. Whatever its purpose the place is guarded by these two big iron gates which are never closed. Last year I walked by the morning glories and did not take any photographs. This year I did not walk past.
I rarely am able to remember the Latin names for flowers & plants even though I find the names of interest and I take note. The Gaillardia puchella has the common name of Indian Blanket. Very not PC but descriptive.
I think the bees were drunk on the wisteria. They would drop out of the trees and fall like they were falling off a bar stool. They would chase each other across the road like their competitor had just taken their drink from the bar. It was a bacchanal!