Autumn on the River Trail

Hands down, Autumn is my favorite season. The colors, the crisp air, and the blue sky…nothing surpasses an Autumn trail walk. In the past week, I’ve walked the trail in Chagrin River Park two or three times, soaking up the Autumn beauty. Here are some pictures I captured recently along the river trail.

I would write more and organize it better, but what they have done to wordpress has totally confused me. Another blogger wrote, “WordPress sucks,” but I just want to know how to get back to the old WP editor. It worked for me, and I was able to be more creative; however, unless I can find my way around the changes they have made, I won’t be satisfied with my blog or with the Word Press platform. Guess I’ll just keep working on it! For now, I simply hope you enjoy the pictures.

See you in a day or two!

Trail Walker

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  1. ohio does have some very beautiful park system, I love them cant hike them like I used to, but have been to the cuyahoga valley national park (which used to be cuyahoga national recreation area. have walked the old carriage trail a few times (5 miles plus) for the cuyahoga valley spring hiking spree, where you had to get 25 total miles, which I struggled at the time to reach. earned a few patches. but dont do it anymore.


  2. So beautiful! This is why I miss NE Ohio. We see some color here, but it never seems as varied or vibrant. I hope you found the classic editor. 🙂


  3. I feel the same way about Autumn. It is gone too fast … in the past you wrote of a tree that lost its leaves in one day. I went to the Block Editor in April 2019 as we were getting a new accounting system at work and Windows 10 … it is now October 2020 and the equipment is at work, never set up – ridiculous. Anyway, so I was spared the immediate conversion. You’ve made a great job here … a fellow blogger wrote of a workaround … maybe this helps you too?


  4. Everything glows! Oh, fall. On my blog, a few posts ago, I shared how to continue using classic press. It’s pretty easy. If you get a chance, take a look. I would post the link, but I am writing this comment on my phone.

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