I enjoy my walks in the early mornings because it is so quiet in those early hours with so much to see.
This Summer, with its exceptional hot weather, has given me morning walks throughout my neighbourhood and beyond. Walking seems to slow a person down so that little things are suddenly visible; delightful surprises that pass unnoticed when you’re driving past. Walking takes a person down roads that promises new adventures if you’re willing to travel a new path.
On the route I chose this morning, I recorded a few of the eye-catching things that captured my attention.
One was the unexpected “Fairy Door” built into the base of an enormous oak tree that stood on the corner of a family-oriented neighbourhood. It was a nice strong door, painted red with a sturdy handle and a tiny lock.
Another surprise were the unexpected “Free Lending Libraries”–cute mini-houses built…
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