Don’t get me wrong, I definitely do my fare share of complaining when it comes to my current location. It’s a pretty boring and rural area to live in and hopefully not my perminant resistance. There’s typically not much to do around here, especially for my age group. But now that spring is here and summer is right around the corner, there’s hope! In the winter, there’s really nothing to do around here. (Which is probably half the reason I started Vanilla and Rose in the dead of winter!) But I’ve found in the past few summers that there’s some gorgeous places to visit! Some of my favorite spots are the small state parks in the area. I thought I’d take a quick moment today to share some of my favorite spots. Just last week, I was in the Ithaca area and decided to stop by Stewart park. I took a few minutes, sat on the park bench, almost got attacked by a Canadian goose (no surprise there) and enjoyed the lovely spring afternoon. It’s probably one of my favorite parks and I know I’m not the only one. On that day alone, there were several people on their lunch breaks enjoying the weather, a few people walking and even a couple doing yoga in the grass. Can it get much better than that?
Here’s some photos from last spring/summer I took.
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