Yes, I still have more snow photos to share even if it is Spring. . .
The trail meets the freeway here so I must cross a land bridge to finish the walk on the trail across the freeway, leading through a park and then more forest.
Almost to the land bridge over freeway. . .
If I go to the right here, I meet Main Street and my home is about a mile down the road but I am not going home yet. . .
Looks like a lot of people have already crossed the freeway to the eastern part of the trail. . .
Once across the freeway (above it) one needs to travel backwards and then forwards on a winding trail to get to the trail again. The blue skies remain with me.
Couldn't resist taking this shot with the snow caught between the grasses. . .
From the trail, a snowy shot showing the grasses under the trees.
The trail winds down through a neighborhood of houses before it reaches Leverich Park. The Parks and Recreation Board in our city wanted to make this trail go from one part of the city to the other, reaching across town. My snowy walk only takes us through part of the trail. I love snow but it gets dark and cold here in winter and sometimes I have to stop BUT not yet. . .
Tracks on the turn around. . . peopel have homes in this area and you can only go through on the trail which doesn't allow cars. . .
I leave you today with more tracks. . . will pick up tomorrow walking through Leverich Park and a few snowmen because children know it is the thing to do when we get this white stuff no matter how little!