|The Cha Cha. What does "BK" (step 6) mean?|
So, I'm at that phase of a new dance where just attempting to remember the steps and the pattern are trouble enough. Some day I hope to get to the rarefied stage where I can look at a new dance pattern and think to myself "Ah yes, the so-and-so element which I diligently mastered in the previous dance has provided me with the firm foundation to tackle this new bit" rather than "Good God, I'm back at square one". But enough of that. Today diaristfamily decided to go to Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis for a "therapeutic walk" after a hectic work week. The sun was shining, the temperature was in the upper 60s, and there was a pleasant breeze--just enough to offset the heat of the sun without making one chilly--perfect for walking and sunbathing.
|We followed the trail through the woods down to the South River.|
|Looking across to the near shore.|
|I was standing next to this tree when I took the two previous photos. Judging from the erosion under the tree's roots, perhaps not one of my smarter ideas!|
|I was surprised to see only a few boats out on what was a beautiful day. Not many days like this are left in this sailing season.|
|Diaristwoman and diaristdaughter decided to grab a bench in the sun with a view.|
It was deliciously lazy to sit in the sun, watching and listening to the water lapping against the bulkhead.
|We walked back to the main park building. There was an outdoor art show with vendor tents.|
|Mostly hand made jewelry, watercolors and the like were on offer.|
|However, this is my main interest in Quiet Waters park.|
|The Zamboni entrance. It's still a bit warm for ice dancing. Give it another six weeks. Diaristdaughter and I will return!|