Confessions of a Street Walker -Part 37

It is possible that you have seen a rather peculiar woman walking around the streets of Hamilton over the last six years. If you have, I hope you gave a wave…because I am she.

My walk on Monday had me wandering through Greensville. What a lovely village. I especially liked Crooks Hollow Road. I confess that Cramer Road was too steep for me to bound my way up. It felt like I was climbing Everest. And I forgot about the bugs. Yeah, not so fond of the bugs.

Crooks Hollow Road was a lovely walk along the water.
Had a lovely (safely-distanced) chat with this gentleman. He even told me his name but I confess that I cannot remember it. : (
He made my day. I really do run into the nicest people.
LOVE this tree. It has so much character.
Love the splashes of colour that keep me company at this time of year. According to Google Lens, this is Marsh Marigold.
I enjoy coming across interesting bits of history.
I can imagine that this could look spooky but the happy water babbling by was so peaceful.
I have been parking at the Greensville Library and left a couple of rocks by the front door. No one has taken them yet.

So there is only one more walk and Greensville will be done. Then it will be on to the more rural roads of Flamborough. Looking forward to it.

It is possible that you have seen a rather peculiar woman walking around the streets of Hamilton over the last six years. If you have, I hope you gave a wave…because I am she.

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