When I am traveling I still make an effort to work towards meeting my exercise goals. Therefore, I always hit the road and walk for an hour. While walking last month, I was entertained by these guys, I call them my walking friends.
I am always amazed at what they do. For instance, I have been as close as a foot or two from these Sandhill Cranes and they never seem bothered by my presence. Of course I also saw one on top of a roof, he just looked down and perhaps though; oh just another human down there.
Sandhill Cranes are large birds that live in open habitats, therefore, they’re fairly easy to spot if you are in the right place. They can walk on any neighborhood street, stop by your lawn or garden and often fly over your house. I have never seen one alone. They usually walk in pairs and sometimes I see more than two, I suppose they are a family.
Finally, around the corner I found my favorite, the cows and their babies, I simply adore them. I couldn’t get closer though. The bull was nearby watching me closely. LOL.
Overall, I met my goal and had an amazing time enjoying all my walking friends.
While visiting one of my lovely twins in Minnesota, I took a walk around her neighborhood and was in love with the lakes surrounding her home. I am sure you will agree with me. They are Free-to-Enjoy! Smile.
SUNRISES, NOTHING SHORT OF EXTRAORDINARY. TAKEN WHILE DRIVING BY OXFORD, WILDWOOD, LAWTEY and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, WHAT A SIGHT!
Not many people get to see and enjoy sunrises often. Why? Simply because they occurred early in the morning, when most of us are still sleeping. Smile. I was lucky to capture these shots early on, since I was already on the road traveling.
Nature always brings the A-Game to please us. If we just cooperate by getting up earlier, then we will be able to enjoy these special moments.
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I am a blogger, a photographer, a jewelry designer, a gourmet cook, and a recipe book writer. I am also a flea market flipper, an avid gardener, an interior/ outdoors designer, an avid golfer and traveler.