Nowhere to be and no one to see on a gorgeous Tuesday morning. So the boy and I headed out to explore a new-to-us loop in one of our favorite parks in the city.
This is a place that we’ve been exploring several times a month for eight years, but today we left our beaten path(s). We discovered a socked-in-by-fog beach, a semi-hidden pond, a primeval forest, and one perfectly ripe blackberry patch.
Not to mention so many tiny surprises along the way.
We looked closely and from a distance, we turned over logs and ideas. And we discussed things big and small, sometimes about what we were observing and sometimes not. Because that’s what you do when you get a couple of hours to ramble around.