48 thoughts on “Rocky Pond Brook

  1. Peter S

    I thought that looked familiar, we were there yesterday! I’m always surprised at how many days the rain water can make the rivers ran higher than usual.

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Walking along this brook is a treat because I get treated to the sound of the water almost the entire portion of my walk. Thank you and cheers! 😃

  2. Prior-01

    Hi Milford Street – the last three posts of yours show me a side to your work I am not used to seeing – very cool. The beaver dam and swallow (oh that blue) and then the water and green here – not what I expected when I came dropping by today – but such pleasant find. 🙂

      1. mopana

        Cinnamon rolls… donuts… a lot of calories… But you’ve felt good. Right?
        I think hiking in Wonderland and taking some wonderful photos will be all right 😀

      2. mopana

        I’ve met my BFF, Catalina. I will lose her this summer. She follows her mother in London. She will live there. So we want to be together as much as we can.

      3. milfordstreet Post author

        That’s a good way to spend your time. Yes, cherish these days. It is hard to see good friends move on. Maybe sometime you could go and visit her. London is very fun. 🇬🇧 (Now you have a British flag icon)

  3. DeniseBalog

    I can visually “ear” the rushing waters. Awesome place to hike. Ohhh, I can almost smell the woods and pine:) Refreshing all the way to here:) blessings, denise

      1. izza ifzaal

        i swear no one would be tired of this serenity! Wonderful Chris..Keep sharing 🙂

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