Sunday, February 24, 2013

A Walk in the Sunshine

Sunny days are rare here during the winter months. So, when the sun decides to shine, we like to take advantage of it! With tea thermos packed, the sunshine called for a walk!

A walk along the river is always interesting. I especially enjoy them in the winter when I know the rattlesnakes are hibernating! Clusters of dry grasses are beautiful as they wave in the gentle breeze and bright green mosses and cropped grasses make a beautiful carpet to walk on.

Our happy companion frisks here and there, seemingly drawn to an old concrete foundation which becomes her own private road.

Large white pelicans show up as tiny dots on the river. It seems they are enjoying the sunshine too!

I hope it's sunny for you today, both inside and out! Enjoy it!


  1. Oh, I so enjoyed this Sunday morning stroll...winter scenery has it's own inspiration. You have captured that "feeling" through your photos. We have sun in our home and outside today as well!!

    Thank you for this inspiration-

  2. Thank you for your support and kindness with my blog!! It is my pleasure to have this opportunity to meet inspirational bloggers like you!

  3. What? Rattlesnakes? Ohhhhhh, that'd scare the bazookers out of me in the warm weather.

    Pretty vistas, La Tea Dah. Glad you got in a nice walk. Susan

  4. A perfect thing to do when the sun comes out. We actually took a short walk today too. Welcome!

  5. A perfect thing to do when the sun comes out. We actually took a short walk today too. Welcome!

  6. Yes, I've been known to take a walking meeting during work to enjoy the sun!

  7. This is a great time to take the river walks. The color of those grasses is amazing. Your dog looks as if he's enjoying the time, even if he is taking the high road.

  8. I am glad you had a sunny day, and I hope you have many more. Are the spring flowers blooming yet?


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