Sorry I have been neglecting you lately.
Today is a beautiful day and Mike and I explored some more of Morris County, New Jersey. It was the Open Gates Event with community gardens throughout the county open to visitors. This path leads from the garden plots, through the woods, to a wildlife blind.
We mostly saw ticks, dragonflies and this little frog.
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Some more doors from my new hometown. This church, Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church, is across the street from the library I featured last week. In fact, you can see the library in the background of the sign.
This church has quite a few lovely doors and archways. I would like to go to a service here one of these days. The stained glass windows and organ are supposed to be amazing, too.
There are a number of interesting paths in the above montage, but my favorite is the one below. This gateway is so inviting and I think it would make a lovely entry for Cee’s Which Way Challenge.
Today Mike and I explored our neighborhood a little farther than I had walked on my own. I had figured out that one of my morning walks met up with this portion of the Patriot Path. We met up with a lot of other people on the path and had some lovely quiet sections too. Of course I thought of Cee’s Which Way Challenge!
You may see more of this path, both this section and the part that went the other direction. For now I will share some of the lovely views I encountered on our walk.
We had driven past this dam and I knew it would be a nice walk from the house, but I didn’t know it met up with the Patriot Path!
My fellow explorer. I hope you had a beautiful Labor Day.
This is the last week of Cee’s Which Way Challenge. I have greatly enjoyed this challenge and would like to express my gratitude to Cee for all her fabulous challenges. She has a photography blog filled with wonderful photographs and insights.
I took this photo in Monk Botanical Gardens in Wausau, Wisconsin.
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