My morning walk

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My morning walk provides daily views like this one and more. If I turn my back to the mountains I see the Rio Grande valley below me. Right now there are a few hundred balloons bobbing about the sky in the valley, which makes for an interesting morning walk.

We’ve had a unusually wet summer, which means the native grasses are going to seed with abandon as fall progresses. There are many varieties of grass and I am fascinated by their different seed heads.

I also see bunnies, quail, roadrunners and other interesting critters each morning as I . . .

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Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

2 thoughts on “My morning walk”

  1. My morning walk changes dependin on whether or not the buses are full.
    It’s a short walk, not more than two or three short residential blocks. However, the neighbourhood is a grand one, with old homes and full, mature trees.
    The only problem is that my morning walk brings me closer to work.


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