After running in Flat as a Pancake this morning, and having some concerns about my knee, I decided a walk tonight would be a good thing for me.
The folks at Vacation Races have put together quite a few virtual races this year that have been related to our National Parks and public lands. Today’s virtual race was in celebration of those lands.
Since the theme was public lands, I walked my neighborhood, trying to hit public trails that are closely. Ellisville has a ton of multi-use trails, which is an awesome thing to have so close by.
I walked down our street, and started down Quailwoods Trail. This trail has a huge downhill on the front side, and winds through a beautiful wooded area. It’s serene, without too many houses along the way, and a couple of benches, in case you wanna just hang out and listen to the birds.
After exiting Quailwoods Trail, and a little more street walking, I walked down a familiar trail, Wren Trail. I walk this one quite a bit. It’s just a flat paved trail, in a generally wooded area, and is used by a lot of folks to cut through the neighborhoods.
All good things have to come to an end, so my public lands stroll wound back through to neighborhood, I finished by going the other direction on Quailwoods Trail, this time climbing the hill, before returning to the house.
In all, a nice stroll!