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Breakfast At The Park

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We love being out in nature. One of the things we do on a regular basis is go out on walks: nature walks, listening walks, meditation walks, exploration walks, exercise walks, photography walks, you name it. With hot and stormy days upon us, I decided to take my son for an early “Breakfast at The Park” outing to celebrate the end of our first grade school season. We enjoyed having breakfast in the outdoors with the sights, smells and sounds of nature all around. We could feel the breeze, smell the morning dew, and see the birds and ducks flying around, as well as people enjoying walks of their own. Afterwards, we went on a nature walk around the park and later joined a large gathering of families as the kids played on the playground for some social fun!

We kicked off the outing with breakfast at the park.

We kicked off the outing with breakfast at the park.

We then took a nature walk around the park.

We then took a nature walk around the park.

Pretty wildflowers.

Pretty wildflowers.

Met a new friend!

Met a new friend!

Beautiful natural setting all around.

Beautiful natural setting all around.

Picture my son took of the creek as we crossed the bridge.

Picture my son took of the creek as we crossed the bridge.

Stopped at a landmark to discuss some of the park's history.

Stopped at a landmark to discuss some of the park’s history.

Stopped to visit the ducks and geese.

A visit with the ducks and geese.

Peek-a-boo ~ I see you!

Peek-a-boo ~ I see you!

Last stop - play time!

Last stop – play time!

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