Since returning to school, my daily exercise has involved more hiking outside than going to the gym. I still try to hit the gym a couple of days a week, but it’s twenty minutes away compared to local trails only a few minutes up the road. Most days now, I am hiking on these trails. I think part of it comes from having really enjoyed exercising outside while I was living away this past summer. I miss taking walks in the park in El Salvador and looking at the volcano, but this is pretty special also.

37 thoughts on “Golden

      1. Osyth

        With the aid of my incredible Allard Brace I am out and walking and even ran a 5K in Lincoln on Sunday. I have to be cautious on uneven ground (my specialist pointed out that I don’t want to break the brace πŸ˜‚) but honestly, my friend – have never seen such incredible colour as here in New England. I truly understand what all the fuss is about not. We ventured up to Vermont at the end of last month and it was glorious … but here on my doorstep I feel SO fortunate to be alive and able to witness Fall here.

  1. Les

    Around my area here in PA, the colors of Fall are much the same. However, I never get tired of what Mother Nature shows us in Her beauty. I have not posted much for the Fall Color here, cause I’ve done much of it in previous Posts. Nice Image.

  2. Miss Gentileschi

    Wonderful pictures! If autumn would always look like that, IΒ΄d definitely enjoy it more πŸ˜‰ Around here itΒ΄s just very grey and dull at the moment… I can imagine that you miss walking around the awesome landscape of El Salvador and look at that spectacular volcano!

  3. reocochran

    Not just pretty nice, fantastic opportunity and beautiful scenery, Chris.
    Although, you did have a wonderful long distance place to enjoy, a rare delight. πŸ™‚ This was such a nice set of photos.

      1. reocochran

        All is busy and a little off kilter, but your 18 months program in 12 months is so much on your “plate,” too. The rain took a lot of our colorful leaves but we are behind you, many trees still have green leaves. Smiles, Robin

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