A line of trees edges the field and sky.
Sitting on the porch swing, I noticed the lawn I’d mowed a couple of days ago, the trees at the far end of the yard, and the blue sky. Ahh! :-)
Work this morning started with a 7 AM meeting.1 After the meeting, I headed off to work on my bike. In Dawson Creek Park, I saw some ducklings for the second time this season and the three families of Canada geese with goslings that hang out together. Although they’ve had gray coloration for awhile,2 it seems like just this week that they’ve started having white and black tail feathers. Guess I’ll have to go check some earlier photos. And of course, I took a picture of my favorite clump of trees.
What a great way to start my Friday!
Now to wait for different weather or season…
Hillsboro’s temperature continues to be cold — today’s lunch ride was a brisk 24 degrees. Yet, with no wind, I felt warmer and faster than last Friday’s ride. Only my feet were cold, and that’s easily fixable.
On the way back, I passed through Rock Creek Trail Park and snapped another photo. I’ve been there before.
Unlike last week, my morning bike ride is not the mile and a half to the Sunriver village; it’s three plus miles to work.
As a plus, I get to take pictures from my “favorite photo spot” across from the airport.