Photos from my walks

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I’ve spent much of February just walking. It’s the best way I know to prepare for my Appalachian Trail hike that starts March 1. And now that the weather has improved, it’s a lot of fun to be outside.  Spring may be a month away, but it’s looking much closer than it did last week during the ice and snow.

From the Decatur cemetery. This is a huge place and it's great to walk in.
From the Decatur cemetery. This is a huge place and it’s great to walk in.
I wondered where my muse had gotten to.
I wondered where my muse had gotten to.
My first spring flowers in a yard in Decatur.
My first spring flowers in a yard in Decatur.
OK, so sometimes I stop for lunch. This is from Chat Patti. YUM!
OK, so sometimes I stop for lunch. This is from Chat Patti. YUM!
An unimproved section of the Beltline.
An unimproved section of the Beltline.
Finding four leaf clovers is my super power.
Finding four leaf clovers is my super power.
An unimproved section of the Beltline.
An unimproved section of the Beltline.
An unimproved section of the Beltline, located near Reynoldstown.
An unimproved section of the Beltline, located near Reynoldstown.
An unimproved section of the Beltline, located near Reynoldstown.
An unimproved section of the Beltline, located near Reynoldstown.
Another lunch stop. This is near the capital at Bada Bing, located in the refurbished Pencil Factory Lofts.
Another lunch stop. This is near the capital at Bada Bing, located in the refurbished Pencil Factory Lofts. The burger was have beef and half BACON.
All the spring flowers bloom first in Oakland Cemetery. Crocus.
All the spring flowers bloom first in Oakland Cemetery. Crocus.
Oakland Cemetery, Witch Hazel.
Oakland Cemetery, Witch Hazel.
Daffodils are my favorite flower and these are the first I've seen in full bloom. Oakland Cemetery.
Daffodils are my favorite flower and these are the first I’ve seen in full bloom. Oakland Cemetery.
Lenten Rose, Oakland Cemetery.  The city offered free tours during Black History Month.
Lenten Rose, Oakland Cemetery. The city offered free tours during Black History Month.
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Beth

I'm a professional vagabond. I quit my cubical job in January 2014. Since then, I've hiked the Appalachian Trail, The Camino, and taught English in Vietnam, Turkey, Russia, Spain and Mexico. I'm exploring the world.

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