Here's one of the paths that we take along the creek. What used to be someones private backyard is now a nature trail.
This tree is amazingly still alive however there is this section that is totally hollowed out and ravaged by woodpeckers. I took these pictures to show you the amazing will this tree has to live.
I wonder what calls this little pocket home?
As you come around a bend in the creek, you co
me across this huge lot of Giant Timber Bamboo. It makes the prettiest sound when the wind blows and the poles rub together. The tops are easily 75 feet high and you feel so small walking past them. The fallen pieces make great garden stakes.
Another bend in the creek.
As you come around the previous bend, this is what you see. More greenspace and hills.
As we head up the hill to street level, Spanish Moss covers most of the trees here and I think it's beautiful. We walk a big circle around the street and return home.
Back at home I check our garden to see how the newly planted veggies and herbs are doing before it gets dark.
Tomatoes are growing nicely. I can't get enough of the smell of tomato leaves. Indescribable.
Well, maybe I'll sit out here for a little longer before it gets dark.
Thanks for going on the evening walk with me. I enjoyed sharing a little piece of our world with you.