Well, today I got my sun. And so we hit the trails again, this time to Erindale Park. Due to the fact that most of the pathways are susceptible to wash out, most of the trails are susceptible to ice coverage at this time of year. That was the only downside (okay, maybe the wind at times).

The river was flowing very rapidly, although at the sides there were areas with ice. That being said, there were a significant number of people fishing. We could not help but wonder what would happen if they lost their footing. It would be a most unpleasant experience.

4 thoughts on “Finally, a sunny day

  1. Lovely sunny shots, though it does look cold. There is a real beauty to a fast flowing river.


    1. Paula Turner says:

      Thanks! It was about zero degrees celsius, but with the wind chill, it was closer to minus seven. The wind only affected us on the way out so the walk back to the car was wonderful.


  2. Leanne Cole says:

    So glad you are getting some sun after your rain. I hope the sun was warm.


  3. Paula Turner says:

    Yes, it was warm. The sun has gone away again and the sky is sending out a dusting of snow. It certainly felt good to get out into the light while we had it.


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