Oh it was gorgeous, quiet with pure solitude. It is great when the kids are at school, because you can actually walk down on the rocks without fear of getting splashed by the frigid cold waters. I do not know how those kids can play in that Antarctic of a creek.
Alright, so people were there with their dogs, but not many people. I am to assume that they are looking for jobs as well and took a break. I mean who ever heard of having a job and getting time off? Plus it makes me feel better about my situation, thinking that other people are there at the creek for the same reasons.
I feel so privileged and lucky to have such a beautiful place to get a way to, that isn't that far away either. Just about a 5 minute drive, park and walk. The creek has some awesome picture taking opportunities and I never fail to bring the camera.
It has many different flowers that grow beside it.
~*These are called Sweet Pea, I dedicate this to my loverly blog follwing friend Sweetie Pea*~
Also it provides acorns for the cute little squirrels that happen to make it across the road to collect.
~*Hmmm an acorn that is still there. I don't think the squirrel made it*~
~*Interesting cool picture. Someone was bored.*~
~*Finally a picture of the creek itself. So serene.*~