We had snow overnight and the air was cold but without any wind. It was a fall morning when you could see your breath but conditions were perfect for a walk along the Rotary Friendship Park.
In Newfoundland vernacular, this amount of snow qualifies as a scad. It was just enough snow to highlight the landscape along the trail.
There are a few trees which have held their leaves in spite of the strong winds we have had for the last two months.
The branches overhead draw the eye skyward.
A picnic table nearby won’t be hosting too many picnics this morning.
The trail between the fields kept us going on and on into the distance.
By the end of our walk, the snow was melting. It was an invigorating walk with just enough snow for a taste of winter.