When simply walking won't do! The word Pedestrian brings to mind someone walking along a path, sidewalk, or street. It also means “lacking inspiration or excitement; dull,” according to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. In my leisure perspective, pedestrians are also found hiking on trails, climbing a vertical wall, traversing a beam 40 feet up in the … Continue reading Do You Walk a Pedestrian Path?
Layers of Autumn
As the autumnal equinox makes its mark today on the Northern Hemisphere, (Fall is here), I'm sharing these photos of layers of leaves. Fall is my favorite time of year, and this week the unseasonably cool weather brought a hint of Autumn to Northern California. I am so ready. I got some good news this … Continue reading Layers of Autumn
There is Order in Our Leisure Spaces
Putting some Order in our leisure spaces is challenging. Human beings need order and structure to cope with the complexities of life. We may try to act like we don't care about order, but if someone didn't organize the watercraft on the dock, gaining access to them could be chaotic and unsafe. "Chaos often breeds … Continue reading There is Order in Our Leisure Spaces
Dear Dock: What if You Never Existed?
I have written about the Sacramento State University’s Aquatic Center before. Here is a new twist on the writing 101 prompt. I am combining Day 14 and 15. Dear Dock, The Sacramento community is surrounded by lakes and two major rivers. It gets very hot here in the summertime, some days reaching up to 110 … Continue reading Dear Dock: What if You Never Existed?
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