Friday, April 11, 2014

Making friends on the Silver Springs Silver River Trail




14 comments:

Birdman said...

Lowell-
How far is Ocala from Oviedo? Maybe... it could be in the cards. You up for it? I'm there for a week. Too bad Jack couldn't touch base.

William Kendall said...

Quite a contrast in dog sizes there!

Randy said...

Looks like a nice trail.

Kay said...

Hope there were wags all around!

cieldequimper said...

Making friends everywhere!

EG CameraGirl said...

That looks like a trail I'd enjoy walking along!

Small City Scenes said...

Always good to make friends. Makes life go more smoothly.

That fence is not chicken wire it is very sturdy horse fence . Yeah our fences are all board fences but painted black like the one shown.

My knee is really ok. At least it doesn't hurt when I walk---It just doesn't bend enough to bike ride. And it is still numb which I have been told can last forever. I just had bad luck with it from the time the Staph infection set in. So I accept and only boo hoo once in awhile. MB

Sharon Anck said...

I think I'd enjoy a walk here.

SRQ said...

Love a good hiking trail!

RedPat said...

Looks like a great place for a walk, Lowell! And I'm sure the dogs like it too.

VP said...

A great place for everybody: I am sure I would like it!

Vagabonde said...

When walking with a dog, it is always easy to make friends. In Paris strangers will not speak to each others, but if one has a dog, then it’s OK to stop and talk about the dog. Last time in Paris we had a long conversation with a mature lady who had an Afghan hound – I’m sure she would never have spoken to us if the dog had not been there. I guess people who love animals understand the need to speak about them.

Karl Demetz said...

I wanted to say the same thing as Vagabonde, dogs help :)

llandudnopictures said...

Great looking place to meet people, and animals!

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