I've lived in my house almost 50 years now. But on my new walks around the neighborhood, I'm discovering things that I've never noticed before.
This week, I've been taking a Grand Circuit tour that reminds me of how lucky I was to have found this neighborhood AND to have received the Parkinson's diagnosis and treatments before I carried out my plans to sell the house and move into a retirement residence.
Come along on this walk and you'll see why I refer to this terrific neighborhood as "country living in the city."
Here's where we start, looking back at the house:
We exit the park and see the busy street that will lead us home in about ten minutes. But first, we turn around and bid farewell for now to this urban forest.
Now, home for breakfast and coffee. Perhaps later I'll show you my No. 2 favorite walk.