We hardly ever leave home, but we’ve been walking almost daily here. Today we stretched it out to a full two miles. She continues to amaze me.
The foliage along our road constantly changes. We see it up close on our daily walks. Earlier it was skunk cabbage. Now foxglove predominates.
These three have been hanging around our place for weeks. Never far away. We encountered them again this morning on our one mile walk. We did see one human today, a most infrequent sight these days.
Joyce Carol and I hiked a bit at Taylor Mountain Forest here in Hobart. A beautiful morning for some social distancing on a pretty much deserted trail system.
According to human habits guru James Clear, we each get roughly 25,000 mornings in our lives. He has thoughts on how not to waste them. So, Joyce Carol and I took it to heart and walked over a mile to start the week, rejoicing in the fact that we’re still able to do this at all. Be happy, people.