A Happy Walk

I had a happy walk yesterday.
For once the sun shone, and there was only one place where the path was impossible to walk. I did not want to swim and had to turn around. On the other hand, I managed to balance along the ski trail, where snow and mud were adorned by small lakes.

Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness.
Edward Stanley

18 thoughts on “A Happy Walk

  1. fantastic landscapes that show a lot of tranquility which is wonderful, dear Hanna. I love the proverb you stated. That’s true and therefore I ride my bike every day in every weather and I’m never sick:) Kind regards Mitza

    • That’s is a brilliant idea, Mitza!! The outdoors keep us healthy. Bike riding is a great way to exercise. Never boring 🙂 ❤
      All the best,
      Hanna

  2. Having the privilege of accompanying you on this happy walk makes me happy too, Hanna. Beautiful photos!

    • I have a hang to this part of the forest, Muntucky. I call it the Swedish forest. Here the trees are allowed to lie when they grow out and topple. It is of great benefit to the ecosystem. In addition, the foresters have established new lakes and it is always a pleasure to see the sky reflect dark clouds or with white drifting clouds on a blue sky at its very best 🙂

  3. Taking a walk – whenever we meet, Arletta and I, we go for a walk. Countryside, townscape, along the sea shore, the Botanical gardens, the big city. The sun, the rain, the wind, the sleet, the mist. The squirrel, the blackbird, the street singer, the old lady with her walking stick, the weasel and the busy people all go pop – and we walk silently along, sometimes exchanging a smile.
    Ellington

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