My second favorite place to go walking in Grand Island, NE is along the John Brownwell Trail. It is best if you start the walk at Sucks Lake and go right. Just go right. If you walk around the lake, the ducks and geese will get out of the way. However, their droppings do not move. It is best just to head towards the Cemetery; again go right.
I rarely walk to the cemetery, instead I select the path to College Park. About 1.5 miles along the trail Sothmann Park will be just off the path. There you will encounter more geese and their droppings. You will also get to see one of the best trees in Grand Island.
If you choose to walk the 4 miles to Hall County Park, you will pass the Stuhr Museum and will see more trees. There is one problem with walking the 4 miles to Hall County Park; you will need to walk the 4 miles back to Suck Lake.
My third favor place to walk in Grand Island, Nebraska is Eagle Scout Park. There is a lake in the middle of the park with a 1.01 mile walking trailing. One of the benefits to walking in Eagle Scout Park is you are able to go in circles with no one judging you. Unless, you have gone around in circles many, many times, then people have started talking about you. Or, they have finished their few trips around the park and left.
During the walk around the park, you are able to look at the trees, the waves on the water, and watch the corn grow in the nearby field. There is a couple of things you need to be cautious about while visiting the park: one Wascally Wabbits; the pole wielding, capped homo sapiens perched on the lake’s edge, who occasionally emerge from the grass carrying their catches; and the swing sets that temps you to bring out your inner child.
Eagle Scout Park almost made it to second favor walking location; however since they are building a huge sport complex next door, I predict the traffic and noise level at the park to increase which will hamper the peaceful walk around the park.
Baton Rouge has made a lot of improvement to their Botanical Garden since my last trip. I will need to make another trip for better pictures.
None of my trips turn out how I expect.
Clark Creek, Woodville, MS. Bring the insect repellant. It was well worth the hike to the waterfalls.
This is my first visit to the Baton Rouge Zoo since Bill Black, a.k.a. Buckskin Bill, passed away. He was a local celebrity that hosted a children show for decades. In the 1960s, he encouraged children to collect pennies to purchase an elephant because Baton Rouge needed a zoo. The kids collected enough pennies to buy two elephants. One of the elephants was named Penny.
The zoo no longer have elephants because the habit is not up to the new regulations. This has upset all the children that collected pennies.
Nice day for a walk in the park.
This is the park that host the annual Praise In The Park event. It looks different with 20,000 less people visiting.
The Memphis Zoo is located in Memphis, Tennessee. It is very easy drive to get there. Since it was overcast and not hot, a lot of the animals were out