Last Friday morning I had the pleasure of meeting a friend for a hike at Bent of the River, which is a lovely place where our children used to take homeschooling nature classes, learning about vernal pools, bird identification, and water salinity, etc. I hadn’t been there in over a decade. It was so terrific to be back, and the crisp, dewey morning was gorgeous.
I loved the reflections in the river, the sparkle on the grasses, the red berries again a cobalt sky, asters, goldenrod, dahlias, and the biggest bullfrog (he’d fill BOTH hands!) that I’ve seen since childhood. I was so grateful to have the kind of lifestyle that allowed me to be there on such a pristine weekday morning.
In these photos, come along and enjoy this precious walk with me.
Beautiful Polly! We are glad that you have that lifestyle too and that you share it with us, bless you x
Thanks, Polly, for sharing those beautiful pictures. What kind of berries are those? I don’t believe we have those here on the west coast.