It was a lovely day today but with very brisk winds. We thought Roselle Park might be a bit protected from the wind (not so much as it turned out) but we did our 50 minute walk there. As far as fall color goes, this park is pretty yellow.
We never saw this view of the Grand River before, long before you actually walk down to the river.
Then seeds, swans, graffiti, flowers, and thistles - the pageantry of a nature walk.
There are some grass path alternatives to the paved paths and we took a few of them today but one didn't turn out so well.
The only animal life seen consisted of caterpillars, grasshoppers, the aforementioned swans, and one snake, who quickly slithered off the path. Fall is lovely but "nothing gold can stay" (thank you Robert Frost). Enjoy it while you can!