Category Archive: One Park at a Time

One Park at a Time: One Splendid River

My last post inspired this post. The Mississippi River travels 2,348 mi, 3778 km, from Lake Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico. I have lived near both ends. It starts as a creek… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: Sliver Lake View

I live in a state that is relatively flat except for a few large mounds that are one to three stories high.  There are some mounds that are large enough to be used… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: Spudy and His Ball

It was supposed to be a nice day, breezy, but sunny. It was a nice day, sort of. It was 50F not bad. In most places in the park we couldn’t tell that… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: Teddy Bear Park

Teddy Bear Park is the smallest park I’ve been to, but for a small park, it’s the busiest. It was full of parents, grandparents and little people under eight years old. I took… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: Nowhere

I’ve mentioned in past posts that I’m getting over Adrenal Fatigue. I thought this would be the summer when I got back on my bike and rode with the wind. My plan was… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: Loins Park

One Park at a Time was inspired by One Ocean at a Time, which is now an award winner for the BEST TRAVEL BLOG ANNUAL BLOGGERS BASH 2019 Lisa Dorenfest is sailing around… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: Community Park

Rice Creek travels 28 miles from Rice Creek Lake to the Mississippi River. The creek passes through a few neighborhoods, several parks, through a small lake, under five major roads and one interstate,… Continue reading

The bike ride that never was

It was a strange day to begin with. I put on sweatpants because it was a cool morning. I went outside around noon and thought, “I should have a jacket on.” I came… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: Battle Creek

This park is about 20 miles from home. I don’t get to it very often. When I’m in the area, I’m usually visiting a friend who is not interested in biking or hiking.… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: Silverwood Park

Silverwood Park is a nice little park. It’s not big enough to take a bike ride. but it is a good place to take a quiet stroll with a couple of friends. The… Continue reading