along the Barrier Free Trail
Lake Vesuvius Recreation Area
Well I'm ending up the wildflower season at nearly the place where I started the year out back in April with this Squirrel Corn photo. The Barrier Free Trail is a nice calming place to visit with benches spaced fairly close together, making a great picnic spot. Won't be long before I'll be able to photograph snow there, I suppose. I'm planning for shots from local bicycle journeys through the winter, so maybe I can post more regularly than I have for the past few months.
My current book is The Virginian by Owen Wister. I first thought this was a 1950ish novel but come to find out, it is the granddaddy of all western novels having been published in 1902. The writing style is, at times, eloquent and I stop to study just what he means. But I've enjoyed it so far, going about 1/3rd of the way into it right now. The 1962 to 1971 television show of the same name was based off the novel. Here is the Wikipedia article on it.
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