Saturday, March 10, 2018

Not a cloud in the sky

Lily, Cindy, Maria
There was only one day this past week with lots of rain: Thursday. But today, Saturday, there isn't a cloud to be seen anywhere, and we ladies had a wonderful walk in the sunshine along the Interurban trail to Arroyo Park. Some of us (these three and me) didn't go the entire way, for various reasons, but we sure did have fine weather for our outing. Cold and clear, no wind, just perfect for walking.

Lily is back from her month-long excursion to Guatemala to visit her family, and it sure is nice to see her again. She's not quite up to the brisk pace the other ladies kept up this morning, and Cindy has hurt her knee. I really prefer the slower pace myself, but I do manage to struggle to keep up if nobody else is willing to walk more slowly with me. I love this group and it takes quite a bit to keep me from going out with them. What a beautiful day!
:-)

16 comments:

  1. Enjoy dry weather while you can get it!

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  2. Love those smiles. It looks as if your friends value this time as much as you do.

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  3. It certainly looks like you all are having a wonderful time. I think the camaraderie is the best part of the exercise.

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  4. It would be criminal to miss such a great day for a walk! Everyone appears to be enjoying it!

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  5. Very cloudy here today with rain coming any time now.

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  6. You had good walking partners! They are smiling! :)

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  7. The look on these three faces tell how good walking is for us.

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  8. As John Denver sang, " Some people like that downhill stuff, they like it fast and breezy. Some people walk on the other side, they like it slow and easy." JD liked the downhill stuff. Me, I'm slow-er and easier these days.
    We walked in sunshine today too. Loved it!

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  9. You need a medium paced group, I think, if there was such a thing. But this probably IS the medium paced group. I don't think any of you could handle a genuinely SLOW paced walk--LOL! Looks like a fun group. :)

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  10. Knee and lower back issues lead me to prefer afternoon hikes. The kinks have usually worked themselves out by then...:)

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  11. Dear DJan, that group is certainly a blessing in your life. One that Bellingham has given you since you moved there and sought out ways to exercise and meet friends. Peace.

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  12. Nice to walk in cold crisp air.

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  13. I like to set my own pace!

    'Not a cloud in the sky...got tge sun in my eyes!

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  14. It sounds like a lovely outing!

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