Thursday, November 30, 2017

Audubon Park, Spokane 11/30/2017

I have always loved walking in the Audubon Park, Northwest Blvd. area. The homes are older and really quaint, the park is a really special one with all the old trees and the old field stone bathroom building and rebuilt field stone fireplace. Going down NW Blvd you some out on the ridge overlooking the Spokane River. The trail along the edge allows for a good view. You can also go down the trails to the bottom of the hill and go along Aubrey white Parkway if you want a longer adventure. The Spokane waste water treatment plant sits just below the ridge and I think it has to be one of the most scenic settings for that type of thing that exists.








2 comments:

  1. These are beautiful pics. I also love the rock and stone in the Audubon Park area. You sure caught the better part of the day with good lighting. Wish I was goinwalking today, I will live vicariously through you and your pictures instead.

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  2. It was a pretty day for a walk. Feels very March like out there now. Go figure.

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