Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself;
I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today.
I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet.
I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it.
~Groucho Marx

This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.
Psalm 118:24


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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

My Connect a Path walking route

A while ago I posted my walk Around the Lake route in pictures.
Today I'm posting my Connect the Path route in pictures.
I walked this route yesterday and took all the pictures.
Today I walked the same route but in the other direction.
Come along with me now on my walk.
This is the start of the first path and
it is just under one mile from my house.
When I get to the end of path up ahead I cross the street
and walk a block.
I turn left here and walk a couple of blocks.
Then turn down this path and walk until
I come out here in back of a school.
Behind the baseball field
I pick up a path and walk down here.
Past this little playground keeping to the right.
I walk along to the end of this path
and walk along the road for a few blocks.
I cross the street here and start down another path.
When I get to the T, I turn right
and it comes out here.
I cross the street and start down another path.
I continue along
and keep to the left.
As I come along the path here I stay to the right
and walk up here.
It takes me to a road and I walk to the top of a little hill,
turn left and walk a couple of blocks
and start down the path here.
This is 3 miles from home and the half way point.
At this point I've walked in a 1/2 mile circle
from from picture 15 to here.
I came up from the left and now I take the path to the right
and walk along through the woods,
cross over a few foot bridges
and turn left here in the middle of this one.

That path ends here and I cross another street.
Twenty One
Walk along this path staying to the left.
Twenty Two
Cross the street in the crosswalk
(the one that hardly anyone ever stops at)
which takes me to the pool.
Twenty Three
I pick up the path on the other side of the pool,
Twenty Four
and walk along there until I come to this T
which is in the middle of the first path I started on.
I turn right
Twenty Five
and at the end of the path here I turn left.
Twenty Six
I'm nearing the end of my walk now.
I walk along this road,
make a left up ahead,
then a right which takes me back home.
That ends my 6 mile Connect the Path route.

Hope you enjoyed the walk with me.
Happyone :-)


  1. Our community of paths was made for you!!!

  2. If only I burned the calories with you!

    I just read your last 8 posts. Boy was I behind. It's hard to keep up with friends while on vacation. Everyone is in bed now and I have the computer to myself. Too bad it's almost midnight. I miss you. I'll see you when I'm back home.

  3. Thanks for taking me along on your walk. I enjoyed it and I'm not even tired!

  4. A fun walk, as always. You have great paths to walk on locally. I wish that every road project included mandatory bike and walking paths be included.


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