Fog and Trees at Leakin Park Behind the Old Backstop at Seminole & Kevin Road

Fog and Trees in Leakin Park By the Old Baseball Diamond at Seminole & Kevin RoadI didn’t ride a bike today, but I did take a walk with my Sunday Morning Hiking Club. We did a repeat walk around Leakin Park, and here are some of the things I saw: a rusted out backstop with the winter remains of ivy climbing up one side, stands of skinny, naked trees, the undersides of giant thrown trees caked with mud, two cupped mushroom caps on stalks poking out of leaves, piles of deer shit, the leavings of experiments and observation, piles of corn, a deer stand, a yellow-green golf ball, the front wheel and pedals of a Big Wheel, a baseball worn down to the threads, a plastic grocery bag, an empty and unmarked brown glass bottle, an old tire, green scaly mushrooms growing out of downed trees, a tiny salamander in his tiny tree bark house, a sledgehammer head, and unidentified scat. There were other things, I’m sure, but I wasn’t taking notes. All in all we maybe tramped around 1/20th of the park. Good thing there are many, many Sundays in Baltimore in my future, eh?

3 thoughts on “Fog and Trees at Leakin Park Behind the Old Backstop at Seminole & Kevin Road

  1. Funny i that do that all time. He loses his patience if I say them all out loud. Tough luck, you married me. Ha ha

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