You know what they say.... Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me! We won't make that mistake again!
After a very cloudy morning and a brief heavy downpour of rain, Mommy wanted to walk the Centerpark Trail. This trail is part of the Trolley Trail from days of ol'e. This is also a trail we walked back in June. Back then we only walked a little part of the trail. Cuz back then we really weren't into walking and hiking and losting.
The start of our walk is right behind our newer community center (above.)
As we started walking we came across this sign.
Basically it tells us to read the story as we walk the trail. So we're gonna read Happy Birthday, Moon today. How interesting....
First we passed a pond. There was a lady there feeding the ducks.
We passed some pretty flowering weeds along the way.
We had to stop to read the story.
Passed some large hills and mighty power lines.
Got in some great sniffies.
Crossed the pretty little bridge. See that man at the end of the walkway? He's walking a doggie too.
And then it happened!
Muffin put on the brakes...
All because she saw a BIG dog! Yes, I've said it before and I'll say it again.... She's a woosie!
So we stood there and took a break for about 10 minutes until you couldn't see the man and his dog any longer on the trail. Then Lily said let's get moving Muffin and as simple as that, off we went again.
We continued onward for a little while longer until we came to a street. That's when we decided to turn around and head back to the van. We could have continued on the trail and it goes on and on and on. But, I think we've walked far enough. I didn't want to push those little leg's too far.
This is the sign that was by the street crossing. So if you entered the trail (here), you would know where you.
Turn around Muffin you're going the wrong way!
All in all, it was a great walk. We went roughly 1.16 miles. Hey it may not be a marathon record, but we're out enjoying nature, having some fun and hanging as a family.
(This was my view on the way home, coming out of the grocery store)
Doesn't it just make your heart melt?
No wonder why I love them like crazy...