This week's walk takes us through my neighborhood.
On Thursday my "live-in gardener" and I decided to walk to the market,
which is 12 city blocks from home.
We spied a leaning snow man just down the street.
Christmas still hanging in this tree.
A cap on the fire hydrant.
This pretty tree.
A carriage waiting.
There were chickens inside the hutch.
A pretty house.
And many treacherous trails along the sidewalks.
Thankful, YES, we stayed upright.
A little welcoming birdhouse.
Kennedy School had a snowman too.
On the return trip we stopped at Kennedy School.
Now you might think by the name that it is a school.
Once upon a time it was an elementary school.
It sat shuttered and boarded up for some years and
then it was rescued and turned into a B&B,
restaurants (lanterns in the above picture are here),
gift shop, and movie theater.
We love having it in the neighborhood.
This is the outdoor seating,
which is lovely in the summer months.
So even on a winter's day, there is walking.
Feeling proud of myself for walking in the snow and ice.
I must keep walking.
Walk with me!