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Taking a Walk

Now that the weather is finally getting a little more summer like, Joash and I have been taking a walk after has afternoon nap any day we can. So, I thought you might like to go for a walk with us.
 Joash is strapped in and ready to go. He is really fascinated with any belts or straps that are put around him. His car seat, his high chair, anything. He loves to play with the straps, so it makes strapping him in pretty easy.
 This is the road we typically walk on. It is just a little walk down the road we live on. It is nice because it is paved and not very busy. We rarely meet any traffic on this road. Our goal...the top of the hill.

 "Look at the nice view, Mom."
 Can you see the water? I love this view, but the picture probably doesn't do it justice. We are overlooking the Covehead Bay and the community of Stanhope, along with some lovely potato fields.
That is the ocean way out there.
At the top of the hill there is this small cemetery. This is usually where we turn around and head back home. It take us about 40 minutes to do this walk, depending on what the wind is doing. Strollers are not the most aerodynamic thing ever made.

We hope that we will get a lot of walks in this year.

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Dave&Chrissy said…
What a beautiful spot! Makes me miss the maratimes. Chrissy v

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