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Tag Archives: Walks
I have heard that with every step we take, we stir up the dust of dinosaurs decayed into their mineral compositions.
From my cousin’s inspiration, I have been more mindful on small walks around our forested home and gardens. My regular readers have been enjoying the small discoveries of wild flowers, etc. But, sometimes, we step outside our usual route and … Continue reading
How picturesque the garden seats, benches and Adirondacks, placed in charming locations for walkers to smile at as they stroll through the neighborhood. But, why are they always empty? Have your even see them occupied, with a neighbor greeting you, … Continue reading
At my wife’s childhood home, the question is whether to walk to the horse barn or along the beach (which is really the Narragansett Bay). On this afternoon, we chose the horse barn first. This takes us through a New … Continue reading
Widely scattereds showers, predicted in panoramic view across the bay forming pillars, five across, supporting the bridge of clouds that span the sky
Returning from our walk with the dogs, the Mrs. noticed a flower in bloom just above our lane. It was in the forest about 20 feet from the road. It was only about a foot high and quite happy in … Continue reading