The bike and hiking trails are endless; walks through forests and along the river paths are plentiful. Conservation areas and inner-city parks are within driving distance of anywhere. I love nature and enjoy the serene beauty of the scenery: from simple forest paths to grand mountain trails. (No mountains in our neck of the woods, but I have gone wandering in the mountains in Germany and Austria, and the rolling hills of Scotland.)
My grandson showed me a trail (in Cambridge, Ontario) meandering through forests, over streams on little bridges and going under the largest highway in Ontario (401). We enjoyed a bike ride along this beautiful, peaceful path. It’s good to get off the beaten track, travel a road less crowded.
My orange folding bike–made in Germany–is so practical, I can fold it in half and throw it in my little blue VW Beetle.
There’s no air fresher than in the forest, the fragrance of cedar and pine is intoxicating!
I’m wearing my pink polka dot capris, very practical for biking. We used to call them pedal-pushers in the 60s because they are perfect for biking; they can’t get caught in the chain when you ride a bike. I bought two pair, my other ones are gray polka dots.
… my boys
Can you spot the turtle?
The sky was a magical sight!