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Tuesdays are “Free for Seniors Day” at Holden Arboretum, so that is where you will find us on most Tuesdays. The problem is this summer is proving the hottest on record for a huge chunk of the US, and Cleveland is no exception. Walks, even along wooded trails, deplete our energy. Park benches placed throughout this world-class arboretum are wonderful spots to sit and cool down in this kind of weather. One of the rest stops on our most recent trip to the Arboretum was beside a lily pond shaded by large big leaf maple trees. The shaded areas under the trees were at least ten degrees cooler than in the open sun. As Richard and I rested, watched the pond and listened to the many sounds of nature, I looked up and couldn’t help but admire the canopy of green leaves that provided shelter and respite from the scorching heat. I am grateful for summer’s green leaves and the shade they give!

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4 Comments

  1. AWEsome! Digging the leaves – I heart Mother Nature. Thanks for the pingback. 🙂

    • Thanks for stopping by joiez. Glad you are hearting Mother Nature; I’m loving her, too. Blessings to you. 🙂

  2. Mother Nature providing what you need when you need it most. Beautiful.


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