31 October 2017

w e d n e s d a y



The temps have dropped.  We are in the low 20's (Celsius) now and for me, this is the best time of the year here in Hong Kong.  Bye bye humidity, bye bye sticky, yucky hot weather. Hello, cool crispness; hello, hiking weather!  


My friend and I finally resumed our weekly hike last Tue.  We logged in over 22,000 steps!  It felt great to be active again.   It was nice to know that I was still fit enough not to be huffing and puffing during the hard part.  It was lovely walking the familiar trail.  What was not lovely, let me tell you, was me dancing a jig each time I thought (and did!) I'd accidentally stepped on some huge worms on the path!  


Singwa - Wed, 1 Nov 2017

Wild berries along the trail


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9 COMMENTS:

NC Sue said...

Beautiful!
Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/10/seasonal-fun-at-duke-homestead-in.html

Amy Franks said...

thankfully it hasn't been too humid yet but I'm dreading Summer.

Tamar SB said...

That is a great temp for hikes!

Ruth Rieckehoff said...

Those are a lot of steps! Like you mentioned, it feels great being active. I have to work on that with more purpose.

Pea bea said...

Your photo looks like it could be artwork on canvas or a great notecard. I got out with my daughter for a long walk (for me, anyway) and it was great. Just before the weather dipped down into the 30's 40's. Here, the weather is ever changing. Cold all this week and then back into the mid to high 60's this coming week-end.

Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

Kelleyn Rothaermel said...

I was there 2 years ago in December and loved it! Thought it was perfect weather!

Lydia C. Lee said...

Want to see the giant earthworm please!

elizabeth said...

I also love photography the interesting foliage, berries, etc. of autumn! Beautiful photo!

CountryMouse said...

Our weather is heating up and become very humid, yuck. Enjoy the cooler, fresher weather and your hikes.

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