The trail is paved and therefore works well for casual walking, running, biking and strollers. There are all kinds of beautiful places to stop and take a break, and there are benches, picnic tables, grills and areas where we can walk down to the river.
These meticulously maintained gardens have a huge variety of flowers, fruits, vegetables and trees which will make you Oooohh and Aaahhhh with their beauty and fragrance.
I couldn't resist taking dozens of pictures, so this blog today is more of an pictorial essay than a true blog...forgive me...just couldn't help myself!
Part of the fascination with this garden, is the constant change as new vegetables and fruits come into their own each week.
There was a lady sitting on the ground beside this group of flowers with a special lens on her camera taking close up photographs of the lovely selection of blossoms here.
wish I had smell-a-vision...asaaaahhh.
one of God's lovely creations.
Many of them have charcoal grills available for use.
I want to try that soon.
Moving toward the mountains...
We walked about three miles today, but I am anxious to get a bicycle and travel the entire 9 miles available on the trail.
There is talk of connecting it with another which will make it a total of 23 miles! Each vista is more beautiful than the next and I never get tired of exploring it. I can hardly wait for the seasons to change here to experience even more of the West.
Isn't this a beautiful open meandow..I love the sun streaming down through the trees...
Ogden encourages arts and artists as is evidenced by such groups as "Nuture The Creative Mind," and RAMP (Recreation, Arts, Museums and Parks).
We were really taken with this Knarly Dude! I have no idea how this was formed, but I couldn't resist the picture.
Aaaaahhhhh, sweet Ogden!
PEACE, LOVE & JOY
from God's Country!