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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

A Long Cold Walk At Seaton Park, Aberdeen

SHEDDING CALORIES...

We ladies like to take long walks and strolls but not the big man.  We have to coerce him to come out to walk along with us by telling him that we need a "bodyguard" with us, we are "scared" to walk alone, just in case we get lost and we don't know how to get home... etc. etc.... And he relented after hearing us out, damsels in distress is his weakness.   LOL...

And started out from our home in the evening around 5pm... and we walked for almost two whole hours, at the same time, we waited for Aaron to join us after work......
Our "bodyguard" for our long walk.... 
Cutting through the Aberdeen university to the park... 

Love the structures of the pillars of these classrooms.... 
Passed by a nature park along the way.... 
Nice evening to walk... 
Blue skies.... despite the cold!
Seaton Park finally... 
Anything nature, he loves to find out what it is... 
A very big park actually....
And further down, we saw families with their furry members.... 
Someone was ready to fly too!
And further down on the left side, a river flows.... 
Some enhancing moments here... 
We took a number of pictures...
With our leisure poses here and there... 
And just when we wanted to go home, the big man exclaimed...
"Hey, I just got the hang of this and you all wanted to go back???"
Yes, we certainly wanted to go back
We were very hungry by then!!


5 comments:

  1. Bet you all must have worked up an appetite after the long walk. Can't wait to see what you had for lunch.

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  2. what a nice 2hours walk. Good that both of you managed to sweet talk your bil to join you all for this very nice walk.

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  3. What a beautiful place for a walk!! You are all beautiful, so perfectly match the scenery.

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  4. What a lovely park with the river, all the photos look so awesome, i must say you are in paradise

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  5. A beautiful park for burning off calories and enjoying the nature.

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