Two weeks after the summer solstice, two days after Alton Sterling was shot to death in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, one day after Philando Castile was shot to death in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, … Continue reading Weekly Walk 40
Our first summer walk—the week following the solstice—was best described by one word: Buggy.
When we hiked on the solstice, we found the trail greatly changed from last week. It almost looked like a different trail.
If these walks were a pregnancy, it would be full-term as of the walk we took during the last week before the summer solstice.
During the twelfth week after the vernal equinox, we got to hike with our friend Linda again.
We left the house early to beat the heat for our hike during the eleventh week after the vernal equinox.
The tenth week after the vernal equinox, it was in the mid-80’s when we hiked.
I won’t try to tell you how much I have going on this week (the ninth since the vernal equinox) because even I don’t like to hear about it. But in … Continue reading Weekly Walk 33
The eighth week after the vernal equinox, we got to take our weekly hike with my mom! (Not pictured: my mom.)
I’m a little late posting the walk we took for the seventh week after the vernal equinox because this was supposed to be just a bonus hike.
This week—the sixth week after the vernal equinox—we hiked a very spring-like hike. Meaning, we hiked through a 40°F rain.
Due to vet visits and routine doctor appointments, our hike during the fifth week after the vernal equinox was delayed until a humid, 80-degree Friday. My daughter’s comment: “If it’s … Continue reading Weekly Walk 29