A good day for a walk

I enjoyed an energizing walk in the Holden Arboretum this afternoon. Sunny blue skies made it all the more enjoyable, and the company of a good friend was even better…especially a friend who didn’t mind my frequent digital (photo) digressions. The highlight of the photo walk was spotting a few new signs of spring, but there was also plenty of mud and some snow lingering in a few shaded areas. Spring isn’t here yet, but it’s on the way. It’s always a late arrival here on the south shore of Lake Erie, but the lake didn’t freeze over this winter, so maybe we’ll see spring sooner rather than later. I don’t think I will hold my breath though.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed the walk in the arboretum.

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  1. I believe any day I can get out and enjoy the beauty of God’s creation is a wonderful day. My life seems much more balanced when part of my day is spent outside.

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