Saturday, August 18, 2012

A Picture's Worth a Thousand Words. . .

. . . not that that will stop me from adding words.  Since we moved to Green Acres, I've kinda gotten into this whole "outdoors" thing.  I used to think outdoors was where you went to get to the car, but who wanted to spend a lot of time out there looking at the neighbor's fence and listening to three AC units and a lawn mower?

Second life change - exercise.  Never cared much for that, either, but have found it necessary.  Now that the weather is cooling down a bit, I've started combining the two and I'm actually walking through the countryside and enjoying the solitude . . . and the view.

Can't wait to see this stretch when the leaves change.

Little small to be considered a waterfall.  Is this what they call a "babbling brook"?

Occasionally, I have company on my treks.


  1. Looks lovely! Can I come walk with you some day? Sorry I missed you yesterday.

  2. I. can't wait for fall! I love the colors. And I could swear the 'air' changed the other day. Its not really a smell or anything I can define. It just changed. Do you know what I mean? Or am I the only one who notices this?

  3. I think walking outdoors is a great way to keep in touch with the changing of the seasons. It would be neat to photograph your route at different times during the year and then posting them altogether to see the changes.