I hope you’re enjoying all the pictures I’m posting of our walks in the area. I’m really getting into the beauty of this place. I’ve lived here for two years and I keep seeing more and more I want to show you. Please click on any of the pictures you want to get a better view of, they’ll enlarge. Please enjoy!
Kingston Lighthouse on the Hudson River
Small waves on the river in hightide
Meet Miss Shelby, she's a sweet girl who loves a scent to follow on walks
Oh and looky here, Mr. Rusty a fine Frenchie, likes Shelby and sweetly follows her lead
The light was bright with a strong pre-winter breeze off the river.
A quick look at the water from high
As you can see my usual view of canines in walks is mostly from the rear
The tall and the short of it
We could really feel the wind close to the water. The tide was high and there was the sound of the waves on shore to listen to
panoramic, water and sky
This area offers walks in parks and rail trails of such beauty. Here’s one of those walks.
Here's my crew, Henry, Tin Tin Poncho and wee Clover, walking on the rail trail near the tressle bridge in Rosendale, NY
Ayumi, adoring little Clover with Henry and Tin Tin
Clover, (well most of her) airborne
Is she really that small?!
More leaves on the ground than in the trees at this point
This area used to be mined for cement in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Here's an abandoned conveyer belt
often the miners would hit a spring that would fill the area they were working in and they would abandon it back to nature
The water is often so clear, being spring water. These spots are always beautiful
Clover samples a twig while we enjoy the scenery
A good day