There’s a community path near our house that for a lot of the folks who live around us is the fastest/easiest/preferred means of getting to the train station and into the city. It’s a pretty, paved trail with lots of trees, street lights and a seemingly constant stream of people. Seriously, the place is busy, which is super nice for early-morning runs or late-night walks home from work. There are also some great parks peppered along the way, so it gets plenty of use by the non-commuter crowd, too.
We walked to the park again this Sunday, and it looks like our happy path has officially bounced back after the long winter. Green everywhere! It’s amazing how quickly that happens. You’d think I’d be used to it after 28 springs (29 if you count the newborn one), but it surprises me every year — in the best of ways, of course! Winter is still my favorite season, but it’s always wonderful to see green again.
Beany: On an important exploration that holds the promise of rocks, sticks and grass stains.
Bear: Snuggled in his Ergo while contemplating the beauty of the changing seasons (that, or trying his best to stay awake on the 10-minute walk to the park. He’s a sleepy little guy.)
This post is part of The 52 Project: One photo of Beany and Bear every week of the year.