Nancy, that's too bad about all the vehicles and pollution and such! As for me, I'm in the 'burbs so it's a lot of walking through neighborhoods on paved streets, but it's kind of interesting to look at what's blooming in everybody's yard and to keep up with what home improvements they're doing. And I like cats, and sometimes I can get the occasional neighborhood cat to come up for a head rub.
I love to walk; did 11 miles this Sunday. I get the advantage of walking along Lake Michigan. I love watching all the things it does. I've been splashed so many times by the waves that I almost expect it now (lol).
Nancy, Quebec, with all of those natural amenities, sounds dreamy.
Sheryl, Arizona sounds awesome too.
Val, I wish we were going to be there for the hot air balloon festival. That sounds wicked awesome!!!!!!! Maybe next year.
Yes, there are lots of others, mostly on the designated path. Since I homeschool and work from home though, I get out when most are not out. Furthermore, I walk off the beaten path, right at the water's edge, away from the crowd. This way, I can connect to Mother Earth.
32 celcius? That's hot. I hate hot weather! Even when I'm inside with an air conditioner just knowing that it's hot outside takes away all my energy. Some people have no energy when it's cloudy and raining and me it's when it's hot.
There's more bugs now. I started yesterday walking without anything on my head or ears since it is now too hot for that. The flies here seems to love my ears, some even make u-turns to go buzz there!
And thanks to the spiders it will be a few months until I go back in the forests and mountains. There's still a few that goes out when it's colder and even in the snow but at least then there's no spider webs everywhere!