We took a nice volkswalk on Sunday outside the sweet little town of Amity, Oregon. Spring has hit us hard. The temps got clear up to 70 degrees, though we could see our breath in the air when we started. We elected to do the 10 K walk (about 7 miles) and mush of the stroll was on gravel roads amidst glorious farmlands. When we stopped to take this picture, the red-winged blackbirds in the far stand of trees were just having a song-fest!
Tracks in the mud beside the road. They looked kind of small to be a deer. Maybe a stray goat? though deer would be right at home out here.
How would you like to grow up out here?
Daffodil Hill. The farmhouse on the top has 360 degree views. Breath-taking!
You can see, by the slant of the trees, the winds comes mostly from the one side. The telephone pole is vertical. The rest of the landscape is canted.
Blue skies and rows of blooms. What a glorious day it was. And tomorrow, we expect overcast skies and rain, We really struck it lucky for this walk!