So, on to our walk. We are out in the country as you can tell by the first stretch.
My first greeters are two charming little ones. They actually live just across the street, so they greet me leaving and returning.
Down the street is a horse stable and several pastures. Not as many horses boarding now as there were in the summer.
The newest church in our neighborhood. It's very stately.
This one has a Great Dane big sister named Ella. She must have been sleeping in today.
There are some grand old houses. This one is 100 yrs old and has been beautifully refurbished
Also some interesting ones. They just cut the shrubbery from around it, and gave it some paint, so you can now see its charm.
Then there are the neglected and sad ones. This one lost its owner to a foreclosure.
Frank is always sitting at the front of his garage, watching the traffic go by. It is just across from the county fair grounds, so there is quite a bit to see. He always has a "hello", but not usually a smile.
We've turned a corner again, on to the downward stretch.
Part one of a duo we have named TBone and RibEye.
This is the scariest one along the way. He acts like he wants to rip my head off! I can't imagine what would happen if there wasn't a fence.
Llamas!! There are four of them and they are usually very curious when I walk by. Today...... not so much.
Home again. Hope you had a good work out. I know I did.
Have a great and safe weekend!