North of 9th, west of Pace, south of Mountain View, east of Alpine.
Total for today: 19,940 steps and 3:38 time.
My daughter Crystal and her husband David bought a house in the neighborhood earlier this year. It’s a nice quiet neighborhood with a lot of quirky character.
Jennifer & I joke that we have streets in Longmont named after all three of our kids. There’s a Tiffany Place up in the north Longmont neighborhood I walked on July 27th. In today’s neighborhood there’s a Crystal Place, and also (ahem) a nick Court. A fascinating bit of trivia about nick Court is it’s the only street name in Longmont that isn’t capitalized.
Ok… maybe I’m cheating a little bit on this. I’ll let the detectives out there figure out my deceptive cropping. (or read the very end of today’s blog)
MAILBOXES (triple and otherwise)
Jennifer noticed the grouping of 3 mailboxes together, which is somewhat unusual here in Longmont. Paying attention to it today, it appears it’s concentrated in the southern part of this subdivision.
EARLY SIGNS OF AUTUMN & HALLOWEEN
Fall is almost here… but it still seems a LITTLE early to start with the Halloween decorations. Even though the grocery stores ALREADY have aisles packed with Halloween candy.
FOUR CATS, TWO GEESE and a DOG
There were a lot of cats and dogs out today in this neighborhood.
AND HERE’S THE BEST OF THE REST (and I warn you, there’s quite a few… 51, to be exact)
and speaking of cropping, for anybody who stuck around for the answer to the street ‘nick Court’ mystery, the street name is actually Kinnikinnick Court.
Kinnikinnick is apparently a native American smoking production, and can also refer to certain shrubs.
Kinnikinnick Foods web site