Bike Path from Delta Highway

April 14, 2005

Three of us met and set off along the bike path, which begins at the Delta Highway. It was a brisk, sunny day, just right for walking. For the first and last portions of the path, away from the river, there is heavy traffic noise from Beltline, but it was delightful walking along both sides of the river. We saw a lot of waterfowl, the ubiquitous canada geese, a bufflehead, mergansers and of course, mallards. Tall grasses were growing on the osprey platform so we wondered if the osprey was still around. Among wildflowers in bloom were dainty soft leafed geraniums, larkspur and a couple of California poppies. At the Owosso Bridge we looked down on a carpet of English daisies. Our meeting point was convenient for our bus rider, and we were back in time if we wanted to shop at Market of Choice before heading home for lunch. The all member trio enjoying this outing was: Barbara Bruns, Margaret Prentice (leader) and Nola Shurtleff


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