Mud Bay Park Walk
Our Sunday afternoon walk a week ago today was to Mud Bay Park (Surrey, B.C.). It’s nice to see the improvements that have been made to this park—a favorite haunt of ours for years. The road in has been paved, the parking lot has cement block dividers, and the seaside path has several new benches.
But the scenery hasn’t changed. It doesn’t need improvements—it’s as beautiful as ever.
It’s wild rose season. Imagine the fragrance.
Water Parsnip looks a lot like Giant Hogweed. They are both members of the toxic hemlock family, but there are differences between them. This article explains them.
The Lupines are almost finished but there are still a few hangers-on, beautifying the grassy edges of the pathway and the parking lot.
A Spotted Towhee hung around long enough for me to get a shot.
This walk with its big sky and sea-cooled breeze is perfect for a warm spring day.