This morning we took the boys for a walk on the Azalea Trail. They had a great time and didn’t want to come back to “the Mammy house.”
Along the way we stopped to show them wildflowers, mushrooms, and animal tracks. They were always on the lookout for the yellow paint on the trees that mark the trail. The mosquitoes were out and about searching for breakfast, but hopefully it will soon cool off and they won’t be a problem. Mrs. Patti said that six weeks after those red spider lilies bloom we will have a frost. That should put us having a frost about the last week in October.
As my favorite Frost, Robert, would have put it; the woods were lovely, dark and deep, but we had promises to keep and miles to go before we would sleep. So…we had to come back home.