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Mrs. Bush Gives The Dallas Morning News A Sneak Peak Of Bush Center Grounds

February 28, 2013 1 minute Read by Jacqueline Lowe

Former first lady Laura Bush gives sneak preview of a true ‘Texas landscape’ on Bush Center grounds DallasNews.com By Tom Benning October 29, 2012 Former first lady Laura Bush walked out into the Texas Rose Garden at the George W. Bush Presidential Center Monday and took in a view that, in many ways, encapsulates the lives of her and her husband. Off in the distance, the downtown Dallas skyline shined in the morning sun, a gleaming reminder of their current home. To her right, through presidential-looking doors, was an exact replica of her husband’s workspace for eight years: the White House Oval Office. And directly in front of the former first lady, a 15-acre park filled with native grasses, flowers and trees spelled out even deeper roots: the Crawford ranch where the Bushes escape the hustle and bustle and the West Texas prairie where they grew up. Read more here.