Look closely and you will find a hammock in this photo. Also, the Uptown Skyline is in the background. We enjoy long walks on the Little Sugar Creek Greenway while someone appears to enjoys long naps in a hammock.
On the weekends, we enjoy walking on the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and we especially enjoy the trees. This tree is found at the entrance to Freedom Park. As you can see it was back lit by the evening sun.
Following are links to post of trees we have shared in the past.
- May 27th 2015, Tree on Greenway
- February 16th 015, The Liberty Tree”
- February 20th 2015, Freedom Park
The photo was taken near Freedom Park in historic Dilworth
We are very pleased to live near the Little Sugar Creek Greenway which offers a wonderful seven mile walk from uptown to Freedom Park. Three and half miles each way. We enjoy the walk, stop to eat lunch at Bad Daddys Burger Bar, sometimes enjoy coffee at the Starbucks on East Boulevard, and then enjoy the walk back. Actually we have found that we can add to the walk by returning along the Rail Trail in Southend. Here is a map showing our walk on the Little Sugar Creek Greenway, Freedom Park, East Boulevard, and the Rail Trail.