In the definitely not-Longmont-related category, a few pictures from a visit last week to north Florida, particularly the Tallahassee area.
Many years ago, I used to live here but the Lafayette Heritage Park and trail system was built after I left:
Wishing I had a bike when I took this picture:
Trailhead for the Cadillac Trail:
On to the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge on the Gulf. The lighthouse looks like it could use a scrubbing or whitewashing but I'm sure they are under budget pressure:
Compare this with a picture from five years ago, or the picture here:
This memorial bench by the lighthouse is new, over the past year. I had not heard of John Burroughs before but I like the quote.
It's been a good year, so far, for rain and the lakes are all full. This is at Lake Talquin State Park:
Steep descent on the boardwalk, down to the lake:
Finally, a pond at Innovation Park, Tallahassee. My dogs used to love swimming here on hot days. The decaying dock is roped off, probably because it is unsafe, but I remember when it was new: