Hike in Place: part 2

It is almost June. In Minnesota that means we are in our shortest season: spring. It seems that overnight we went from slush and ice to green plants and baby animals. I especially enjoy wind on my face with the scent of lakewater. The water is not ice and the wind is not cold. It is a welcome contrast.

Signs everywhere remind us to social distance and I appreciate that. In my experience, people on the trails are considerate and give each other space. There are lots more people on the trails than ever before and I think that is a good thing. Nature is healing.

Here are some trails in the Northern Suburbs of St. Paul, Minnesota.

Here is a deer I met at Valley Park.

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