I decided to take the camera along and record some of the things we saw along the way, as well as get some new photos of Rigby, who is growing into a very lovely young dog.
|My view of Rigby during most of our walks.|
|There are a few areas of the park that have log cabins.|
This area looks like a little settlement.
|Rigby liked the split rail fence...|
|...I just didn't expect her to leap over it!|
|I think she enjoys these afternoons jaunts.|
|Heading down the trail.|
|Afternoons are quiet and we don't see too many people on the trails.|
|Rigby gets to stroll out ahead when the trails are empty.|
|A look at the trail.|
|Heading toward the next trail.|
I took a few photos of things we saw in the park today as we walked along.
|Of course there were many spring plants...|
Washington Park is the home of the Pony League Baseball World Series and there are many ball fields all throughout the park. Today there was a girls' fast-pitch softball game taking place in one of the fields.
|A boy and his 3-month-old puppy, Chloe.|
|Two guys throwing a Frisbee. Rigby was enthralled watching them|
and then when the Frisbee rolled toward her she tried to steal it away!
|Another of the log cabins.|
|This building is in the center of the park. It is open air and|
has a dance floor and a stage and benches lining the sides.
|Rigby thought she'd take a rest on the bench inside the park building.|
|Such a pretty girl!|
Wish every day was a walk in the park! Those days when you need a pick-me-up there's nothing better than spending time with Rigby on the park trails!