By the time I got home from the park, the sun had gotten low and the wind had picked up. Brrrr…I am very thankful for a couple of pleasant hours. Being outside on days like this make me feel healthier. Too bad I could barely move when I got home. Stupid arthritis!
I heated up a hamburger, mushrooms, onions and peppers, grilled an onion cheese roll and added pickles and guacamole. I was pretty hungry after having just banana bread for breakfast.
Really. I thought I was smiling.
Some of the last sunflowers and black-eyed Susans.
There were zillions of horse chestnuts on the sidewalk. I was afraid the spiny husks might flatten my wheelchair tires! The nuts are gorgeous. There’s a touch of green left in the cannas. If they’re going to save them for replanting next year, it’s about time to dig them up.
I wish my camera could show the snow covered mountains as well as my eyes could see them.
The pond is full of Canadian geese, ducks and seagulls. I thought about wheeling out onto the pier, but chickened out.
Some of my favorite trees 🙂