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Sunday, July 19, 2015

A Morning Walk

     Our town has been developing a wonderful walking path system over the last several years. One of the places we enjoy walking is the South Park Nature Area. Although back in May there was a time when you needed a boat.

This is the walking path with the creek on the right

     Fortunately the water receded awhile ago. This morning was a lovely day for a walk.  I thought I would share some of the sights we encountered along the way.

Here's the Hubby with our dog "Wally" (the blond) and our friends dog "Artie" (the brunette)

This baby was curious but Mom was keeping a close eye on us.

Here's some baby white tail deer we spotted running through the field. I barely had time to snap a picture.

 wild rhubarb

The dogs enjoy some creek time

 chamomile growing wild

Love the wide open spaces of Wyoming. The Big Horn mountains in the background

     It's wonderful to have this area only a couple miles from our house. It's fun to see how things change as the seasons change. There is always something new to see.

A thought to ponder: To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.


  1. So nice you have this area close by. Love the young cow pic.

    1. This is one of several areas to walk. They all have something different to offer. The cow picture is my favorite, glad you like it.

  2. Regardless of the water, it is still a great place to enjoy. I enjoyed the tour you gave us.

  3. What an absolutely perfect place for a morning walk. I envy you!

  4. I love Wyoming. This looks like a lovely place to walk. I know dogs like to splash in a creek on hot days to cool off.

  5. I really enjoyed the cyber walk with the two doggies. What a wonderful place to live.
    JM, IL-U.S.A.

  6. I think that making that area a walking park was a wonderful idea. My goodness, you two really saw some interesting things along the way.

  7. Love that final "thought to ponder," and the beautiful photos.

  8. Nothing like a walk and dip in the creek