Today’s Walk

It was a gorgeous morning so The Husband and I headed out for our walk. I picked the location so we were mostly in the woods. Our walk starts and ends at a local dog park. It’s a giant field where the dogs are allowed to run free. Mostly it’s good but you do have to watch where you walk.

We ended up having to take a different trail than usual because they were spreading gravel on the access road.

When one takes a new to them trail one learns lessons. This up hill was steeper than we expected but we made it.

We passed a lovely pond. It’s actually a local reserve water supply as the many signs told us. They also said to stay on the trail which we mostly did. I stepped to the side to get this photo. The view was too nice to pass up.

The terrain in the park is very different depending where you are walking. This area had a lot of pine trees and many rocky elevations.

Not too far from here we made our way onto a paved road that used to be a soapbox derby track and back to the dog park. The total distance was only 2.6 miles but the changes in elevation makes it a more difficult walk than the longer ones.

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4 Responses to Today’s Walk

  1. AJ says:

    It’s nice you got to see somewhere different:)

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  2. What a lovely walk – thanks for sharing your pictures! It’s always nice to get to go to different places – keeps it interesting 🙂

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  3. Stefanie says:

    Awesome scenery.

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