Jul 14 2020

Kayaking @ the Bay

Gong kayaking when the courts are busy, even he gulls are busy too.

 

The gazebo, from different angle · 凉亭,从不同的角度

 

how do they relieve themselves …


Jul 13 2020

Something red

After tennis, walked about 2 miles. Tri color hydrangeas.


Jul 8 2020

Old and new

A mini lion – a huge dog; a house now and then.

 


Jun 29 2020

Foursome

A walk around the neighborhood; tiger lily and more …


Jun 27 2020

Colorful

… and tiger lilies


Jun 25 2020

The Swan Lake 天鹅湖


Blydenburgh county park in Suffolk, next to Caleb Smith state park, offers hiking, picnicking, camping, freshwater fishing, rowboat rentals, bridle paths, playground, dog run, and historic trust area, per the park. The Reportedly, it’s Long Island’s second largest lake. The L shaped the lake, which we did hiking and yoga, has many beautiful swans. It’s an easy hike. The path has various surfaces, sand, birch, plank and dirt with tree roots – be careful. The bathroom by the picnic area is open during the covid-19 pandemic, with hot water.

Sailing off …

We started off at the boat rental at 10:48 am and returned at 3:03 pm. However, my iPhone recorded a little over 5 miles while my husband has over 8 miles.

The lake is home to many swans, but we also saw a deer, butterflies and more. Equestrians walk alongside of joggers and dog walkers.

 

… a few trees

… did a drinker forget his/her cork here? … and stones


Jun 7 2020

Some shops

The stores, Shop Delight & Best Bagels, I went during the height of the covid-19 pandemic.


May 29 2020

A giraffe 长颈鹿

The little animal is by the city hall. Without the case, my AirPods stopped working at about 2 miles mark on the 5.4 miles walk. A pair of geese with their babies at the library.

 


May 27 2020

A bamboo garden

After the post office, I walked around the town.


May 25 2020

Frank Wright and more

Passing by this house often but the modern style in town, most times, isn’t my cup of tea.