A Trip to the Park

Carol A. Hand

Skyline Drive – October 14, 2018

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We set off for a visit to Enger Park

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despite a sky growing increasingly dark

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passing by rocky cliffs

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and winding shore

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Engler Tower – October 14, 2018
My Daughter and Granddaughter at Enger Tower -, October 14, 2018

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toward Enger Tower to explore

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beneath trees adorned with autumnal glory

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A Dusting of Snow – October 15, 2018

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just before winter snow in northern territory

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39 thoughts on “A Trip to the Park

      1. Thank you Carol. I am surrounded by her beauty every day. The river just outside my door, the trees, vineyards, waterfall, the owl families in the trees… we have been entrusted with so much and look how we repay her. Sorry, I’m back on my soapbox.

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  1. Wonderful photos! Your colours are still nice and bright. . . even with a dusting of snow! I enjoyed reading about the park and tower. Isn’t it nice to be able to share these places with children and grandchildren? Take care friend!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Bob. My shots were lucky. Nature, family, and my little camera did the rest. It is a joy to share these places with family, and then to share stories about our adventures with others.

      I am so glad that you are sharing your stories, special places, love of nature, and wisdom with Scarlet and Cooper.

      It’s funny how stories keep memories alive. Last week, my grandson and I were talking about a place I lived in Illinois when he was about 2. He and my daughter came to visit. I asked him if he remembered the house. “Oh, the ‘tinky bush house! I remember it!” (Someday, I’ll have to share the “tinky bush story with you. It still makes my grandson laugh even though he’s almost grown up.)

      Sending my best wishes to you, dear friend. ❤

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    1. Thank you for your thoughtful comments, Paul. Much of the color has gone now here, but “very plain” is beautiful in its own way as your photos of your walks in the bush or by the ocean repeatedly show.

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