I had a really nice walk the other day. Hardly anything to make me cranky.
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There were bunnies! I walked to the park along a street I don’t usually use – not for any particular reason, but only because of how the lights at the intersection seem to work out. One of the yards had these cute little bunnies in it. I couldn’t get a better photo, because when they saw me at the fence, they ran hopped over to say hi, and were pretty much hidden by the vines on the fence. I was thinking I’d probably make a point to walk down this street more often – until I got a few houses further and was discombobulated by a pit bull barking his head off at me from behind a rather short fence. Maybe I won’t go down this street. Erk.
The park was cool and peaceful. Somebody got tired of jogging and found a nice place to rest. I don’t blame her – it was a lovely morning.
An interesting tree. I actually took this photo because there were a couple of squirrels chasing each other around the tree and chattering like mad – to the delight of a toddler and his father who were out for a walk. Sadly, you cannot see the squirrels (well, I can see one, but only because I know where it is – but otherwise it just looks like a dark blob). But I decided to post the photo anyway, because I’m sure there are plenty of you who will be amused by the suggestiveness of the tree trunks. (If you didn’t click it for bigger, you will now, won’t you?)
I call this house “The House of Birds”. The front porch has a screened-in area that is a bird aviary. In the winter, the screens are covered with plastic for insulation. Every time I walk by, the birds are singing away. I have no idea what kind of birds are there, since I can’t really see through the screen (and definitely not through the plastic). But it’s cheerful, at any rate. And look – a white picket fence with Morning Glories!