It was 59 degrees F at 5:18 am, the sky strewn with mostly large pink clouds.
Rode to Meadowbrook Park on Vine Street; about half way there smelled skunk rather strongly, but the smell dissipated before I reached the park.
Did not stop to photograph the rabbit-statue bridge over McCullough Creek, but did notice the creek carried plenty of water.
Down the path a way, saw a doe leap sea-saw across the path behind me as I doubled back to look at red blackberries with rosinweed and Monarda around them. It was followed by a little, spotted, sea-sawing fawn.
Succeeded in not taking tons of photos! But did document the first rosinweed flowers of the summer,
This morning was just wonderfully gorgeous, even for a summer morning, which, in general, tend to be gorgeous.
And then there were these delightfully textured cotton-batting clouds, which I photographed a little later, between stops in town, but just wanted to include because they were so cool.