What I found in our garden this morning as we set off.
The start of the hill down towards the river.
Down and down and down....
It all looks less impressive in photos. The view back up.
Back up the hill, that's a cemetery on the right. They resemble parks and they're awesome for walking in.
I suppose these are the ancient, geologic flood plains or whatever they're called.
This is a small park.
Getting close to the river now...
Last intersection, that small ridge is the built up embankment of the river.
Kind of looks like the edge of the world...
... but it's nothing so dramatic. View upriver.
View of ice. To my inexpert view, it doesn't look all that bad. Out in the middle, there's lots of space and fast-flowing water.
Boat parking spaces.
Where the embankment ends, there's a makeshift pier. Rocks need to be collected before stepping out on that.
Got my feet wet for this shot.
Took a different route on the way home, saw this impressive house for the first time. It's huge and has an awesome yard. And it's probably haunted. Or a museum, seeing as how a local famous artist used to own it.
Fungus, a bit dried.
View back down.
He took his own mittens off and hat off and I couldn't keep them back on. There's only so much I can do.
Everybody's happy to be home.
Everybody's happy in the sunshine.
This is a two minute video of small children eating apples. Do not watch if you're not into that sort of thing. It's probably boring.