|Railroad Crossing Quilt Block|
Walking Wednesdays is a new weekly feature of my blog, focusing on my walks and the sites that I see along the way throughout the week. Of course, I will tie each walking adventure into a quilt block!
My husband and I walked 3 miles along the New Santa Fe Regional Trail, a 20-mile, gravel rail-trail along Colorado's Front Range. The trail follows a portion of the abandoned Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad line and rises 1,200 feet in elevation as you travel north on it. You can read more about the role of the railroad in my community here.
We encountered other walkers as well as bicyclists on the trail - along with a Smooth Green Snake or Grass Snake!
The flowers of the Soapweed Yucca open fully only at night.
The chokecherry trees already had green berries on them.
This hand-hewn barn was originally built in
in 1873. Ohio
It was dismantled, relocated, and converted into office space.
Isn't it a lovely building?
View along the New Santa Fe Regional Trail
You might enjoy my previous blog post here.