Sunday, June 19, 2016

My Favorite Photos: Getting to the Park

 
While I had actually visited the park (very close to our new house) many years before, my wife Daisy had not. It's certainly not a park in the sense of baseball, basketball, tennis, and clear trails. It's like a slice of nature kept pure from the modern world. Daisy wasn't quite prepared in her mind to walk paths that do take some effort to get across.
But without effort, you can never finish an adventure. 

12 comments:

TheNotSoGirlyGirl said...

your last sentence says everything about life! awesome =)

xx
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Mary Kirkland said...

I like that kind of park. Very woodsy.

stephen Hayes said...

You're so right---adventures always require effort.

Martha said...

I really like your last line, Adam. So much truth in it. Looks like a nice place to walk through.

John M said...

"But without effort, you can never finish an adventure." That's such good advice.

Red said...

We need parks like this to preserve some sanity.

happyone said...

Love those kinds of parks and would have loved to walk along with you too. : )

Huggybear said...

Fresh air is good for you.
Make it your business to take regular walks along the trails or
bush tracks on your days off work. Far healthier than sitting
in food outlets and indoor bowling alley places.
I totally agree with my Canadian mate, Red - "natural native parks
PRESERVE sanity".
B J Hunnicut aka Colin

Theresa Mahoney said...

These are the kind of trails I like to hike. I like to feel a little sore after my walks. And, you know not too many people will be around, so it's very peaceful as well.

Christine said...

It's great to have a natural park like that nearby!

Anna-Alina said...

Interesting place! It reminds me a forest more than a park!

Lowcarb team member said...

"But without effort, you can never finish an adventure."
I love these words ...

All the best Jan