Friday, May 13, 2011

Re-Pond

Pond at Liberty Park

The pond at Liberty Park is back. Last year there was an oil spill that affected the pond and it has been out of commission ever since. That is until this week, when they finally took down the fences. It feels so nice to be able to enjoy my favorite spot in the park again.

On the pier

Betty Foy by the pond

I predict there will many bike/kindle/pond dates to come this spring and summer.

A "me" moment

16 comments:

Erin said...

Looks lovely darling. Your spring/summer plans sound divine.

Carolyn said...

What a gorgeous park! So happy to hear that it's back in commission!

caknitter said...

The first picture makes me think of a breath of fresh air. Awwwww.
Btw, love your shoes!
Hey, is that snow on the beautiful mountain peaks?

Emma said...

Ooh, what a lovely park! You and Betty both look like you're having a wonderful time!

Elisa M said...

That looks so relaxing and lovely. Something about water is so...awesome.

Dottie said...

Looks like a perfect break!

Windybrook Spinner said...

Few things say summer better than an ebook, a pond, and a bike.

Cec said...

Kara, you and I have the exact same bag. I love Orla Kiely!

maureen said...

Betty and your kindle look like they belong at the pond everyday! It looks like a perfect, relaxing spring afternoon!
What type of bag is on the back of Betty? It looks like a great size.

Amy said...

I love seeing the mountains in the background of your photos. They're much taller than mine. :)

susan said...

I'm sorry I missed the party there this afternoon. But I'm a wimp when it comes to rain.

knitseashore said...

What a wonderful place to ride and read! I hope you spend many happy hours there this summer.

Adam and Bri said...

what a picturesque life you lead.

Jacey said...

It's a beautiful spot! I'm glad the area has been restored, and I can definitely see why you love it!

Heidelweiss said...

Fun. I have Calypso up and running...Let's go ride a bike.

Sue said...

How gorgeous... now that's one lovely "Golden Pond" if I ever saw one.