North of 3rd, west of County Line Road, south of 9th, east of Fox Hill golf course
Total for today 23,970 steps and 4:49 time.
A newer subdivision, kind of the counterpart of Fox Hill on the west side of the golf course. A lot of very nice homes here. Also, a fair amount of farm land and open space.
Vireo and Tanager are a couple of streets named for birds. I’ve just heard of the scarlet tanager, but apparently there are LOTS of types of tanagers.
The neighborhood design in the northwest corner was something I don’t think I’ve seen before, and seems like a nice idea. The main street Windflower goes through, and it has four or five large cul-de-sacs going off of it. The center of each cul-de-sac is nicely landscaped, and has communal parking spots.
One thing I didn’t care for was the wood crossbeams on many of the houses. I think they don’t have any purpose other than decorative, but to me they don’t seem to fit in with the rest of the house design.
Parking and landscaping
… but what’s the deal with these boards?
old barn (available for neighborhood usage?)
this was actually spinning pretty fast in the breeze
Fox Hill golf course in the back yard
nice Floriday specialty plate
if she tires of Realty, she should become a dentist!!
the girl and her dog don’t even notice the lion!!?!
colorful front yard
they even had plastic bags available, so no excuses!
All dogs go to heaven
a celestial neighborhood
Juliet should be up on that balcony, looking for Romeo
Longmont now has attack squirels, birds, and bears
another variation on a theme
View of transformer(?) station from the north
View of transformer(?) station from the south
It’s been years since I’ve seen an irrigation ditch. I don’t think it’s using siphon tubes, though.
Entry to country club
still some snow up there
a busy day at the ant hill
Flor del Llano
Flower of the Plain
Snowball bush on Alpine on the way home