Thursday, November 10, 2011

Want to come to the park with me?

Well, do you want to come to the park with me?

It's a really nice park...


We can see all the pretty purple flowers...





And all the different kinds of trees...






Look at that beautiful blue sky...



Then have a short rest...


Unless you'd rather walk a bit more with Kelly and Kero while I have a short rest...


Why the green flag? I'm thinking maybe something to do with the fact it's a concervation area? *Shrugs*


On our way home we'll pass that clock tower we got a photo of when we moved here...



Watch out for low hanging tree branches as we head for home; mind your head... This one in particular loves to grab you as you go by...


I hope you enjoyed the walk.

11 comments:

Intense Guy said...

That is such a beautiful place to walk!! And away from the road too - which looks a bit narrow. I would love to take a walk there!

*gets Kero's walkie lead*

AliceKay said...

I enjoyed the walk with you and Kelly and Kero. Looks like a really nice park. I'm glad you have a nice place to walk and enjoy nature. :)

Celticspirit said...

Absolutely beautiful photos Tori! I'd love to walk in a park like that. Great pic of the clock tower!

Deanna said...

I can see why you love walking in that park Tori. It is so peaceful looking and I can just imagine the smell of water and flowers. I can't wait ton see pictures and hear you describe everything in the Spring.

*Takes over walking Kero when Iggy is done*

Parsley said...

What a nice place to walk.

That corgi :) said...

Beautiful! I really would like to walk there! So scenic; I bet you all have a great time on your walks through that park!

betty

Toriz said...

Iggy:
Yes, it's a little way off the road; there are several entrances to it, but it's off the road, so that's what matters. All our roads would seem narrow to you, but you're right... The road is a bit narrow even for here. I know from Canada though that a normal road for you is considered a main road for us width wise, I mean; they haven't widened most of the roads in this country since back when they were designed to just about let ttwo horses with buggies pass each other.

Don't forget his harness; he can slip his collar (no matter how tight it is) and there's no guarantee he'll come back for you (he "usually" does for me, but not for most other people).

AK:
Glad you enjoyed the walk. Yes, it seems like a really nice park. :)

Barb:
I'm glad you enjoyed the photos so much!

Deanna:
Yes; if it's this beautiful now - technically in Winter here - imagine what it will look like in Spring!

Parsley:
*Nods*

Betty:
Yes, we do; glad you enjoyed the photos!

Rita said...

What a great park! Looks like it has a little gazebo, too. It's really pretty there. I can see why Kero probably prefers this to the scarier new ocean--LOL! ;)

Magaly Guerrero said...

What a beautiful place. I love everything, but was enchanted by the clock tower. It looks like a place where a great story could develop.

Serena said...

Thanks for the invite....I thoroughly enjoyed the walk with you.

Toriz said...

Rita:
*Nods* Yes, it does seem to have a gazebo. :)

Yes, especially with his issues with water sometimes, LOL!

Mags:
*Nods* I'm sure one could very easily; old buildings are good at that, and if I understand correctly this particular one was built in 1828!

Serena:
I'm glad you enjoyed the walk, and... You're welcome! :)