If only we could have yesterday’s weather today. But so be it, the day is a happy one anyway.
It’s in the 40s today but Boston’s public garden couldn’t be more lovely.
The last thing I expected to see, walking home just now, was this girl doing up her hair in the back of some really grungy industrial buildings.
Rain, rain and more rain soaks us, yet the colors of spring turn the gloom into glory. “Harshness vanished. A sudden softnesshas replaced the meadows’ wintry grey.Little rivulets of water changedtheir singing accents. Tendernesses, hesitantly, reach toward the earthfrom space, and country lanes are showingthese unexpected subtle risingsthat find expression in the empty trees”….Rilke
We were walking this morning in Sonoma County’s newest park, Tolay Lake. The area is stunning! It’s dedication yesterday was something of a formality, as the 3,400-acre park opened in October 2018 after its master plan was officially approved. It’s accessible via an entrance on Cannon Lane, off Lakeville Highway southeast of Petaluma. The park currently offers more than 11 miles of multi-use trails…
Point Reyes National Seashore Point Reyes National Seashore is a 71,000+ acre park preserve located on the Point Reyes Peninsula in Marin County, California. To cut to the chase, it’s one of the most stunning places you’ll ever see. North Beach at Point Reyes Beach is the northern access point to an 11-mile long beach on the west side of Point Reyes National Seashore….