Are you manage to keep up, there is so much to see and learn.
It is a joy to wander the paths and let your eyes be drawn to the wonderful bridges over a babbling brook. The information posts are a real delight and encourages even more observation and conversation.
Definitely a park that we will be returning to and certainly one for when we have little visitors. I often moan about the winds here on this little Island that we now call home but that is nothing to what some are experiencing with the hurricane hitting land a few hours ago. My heart goes out to all those affected and know that they will be in my prayers.
See you soon.
Phew! out of breath and achy of leg after that ramble. It was so worth it though.ReplyDelete
I think my good knee would have gotten worse from the walk but I would trek it anyway. Would love to have a chair and park it right next to that babbling brook. Love the sound and that beautiful scenery. Enjoyed reading information on the wildlife in the area. A learning experience for me as I've not heard of a majority of them.ReplyDelete
My sister has a brook such as the one you shared in her back yard in Corinna Maine. Trout is in it and it's constantly running. Heavenly.
What a lovely way to spend a few hours.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful nature retreat to visit! I enjoyed reading the panels about the birdies best! ♥ReplyDelete
When I first moved to this city I worked at a place called Newmarket Mall. Haven't thought about that in years - it's been torn down for 20 years now.
Thank you for your visit and sweet comments, Lorraine. You are such a loyal sweet reader. Hugs.
Wandering paths and wonderful bridges over babbling brooks! My kind of place for sure. And, the information posts are such a bonus. Your young visitors are going to love this place.ReplyDelete
What an absolutely lovely park. I enjoyed reading about all of the birds and animals. Except the slug. I don’t like slugs! Ha ha! The babbling brook is lovely. Your little island paradise seems to be full of adventures just waiting to be had. Thank you for taking us with you today. Blessings, BetsyReplyDelete
WOW....Ruby and Marlowe would love it there. It looks beautiful.ReplyDelete
Vey beautiful place to visit ..ReplyDelete
What a wonderful spot to enjoy, Lorraine. I love the brook that travels along this path. I know you and your grands would love a return visit to this lovely spot. Finding new spots on your island is exciting. ♥ReplyDelete
I love a nature path with signs explaining what to look for. I miss so much otherwise.ReplyDelete
That stream is rushing along quite briskly by the looks of it. I imagine the sound of it is lovely.
The park looks like a lovely place to wander. Those information signs are so attractive. Thanks for taking us along in our armchairs!ReplyDelete
Looks like a delightful place! I really like it when places have those little displays to read and tell you about plants, birds and animals. Makes things a lot more fun!ReplyDelete
What a great place to wander!ReplyDelete
Nothing makes me happier than seeing a fast running creek in the middle of some lovely land. Really a beautiful view!ReplyDelete
What a fun discovery for you, now you're all set for when your darling grandchildren visit the next time. Stay warm! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)ReplyDelete
You have found another charming spot where there's a play area and lovely natural features. The information boards give a good indication of what creatures you might see there. It would be a joy to see some of those birds.ReplyDelete
The children will love it. I loved the sunlight sparkling there but had to whoosh past that horrible black slug!!ReplyDelete
A very interesting and informative children's park. I like the bridges over the brooks.ReplyDelete
What a lovely place for a wander, so much to see if those information boards are anything to go by. It's definitely a place to take the grandchildren.ReplyDelete
A beautiful park indeed, sure to be enjoyed by visitors young and old. I hope you haven't encountered too many clegs! Horrid things.ReplyDelete
What a delightful place to wander around so many lovely things to see and the information panels are great too:)ReplyDelete
IT looks like a lovely park to sit and just be with nature.ReplyDelete
what a fun park to visit with the kids or without the kids.ReplyDelete
How beautiful - love seeing all the information about flora and fauna you can find there.ReplyDelete
That was certainly a wonderful "find" Lorraine and thanks for all the descriptive photos. I'm sure you will be returning when the grandchildren next visit.ReplyDelete
Those information boards look really useful. So often these things are pretty superficial, created by people with little knowledge of their subjects, but these seem authentic and complete.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful find...and you found it on the way to the dentist! 😉 I could imagine that many happy hours could be spent in such lovely surroundings. My interest was picqued when I saw the name on the sign...I grew up in Newmarket, but it's here in Brisbane Australia. In my Newmarket we had a big park reserve which the locals call The Bird Sanctuary but it's official name is Environmental Reserve. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving comments. It's much appreciated but sadly I can't thank you via my blog.ReplyDelete
Your blog is great. I read a lot of interesting things from it. Thank you very much for sharing. Hope you will update more news in the future.ReplyDelete
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So nice to find another lovely park that you can enjoy and share with your family when they visit, and with us, too! Thanks! xxReplyDelete
I love your posts and everything looks wonderful. I love your idea thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete