I was returning from an appointment in Hartford last weekend and it was very foggy. I thought I noticed the sun burning through the fog, so I figured I’d visit Riverside Park and catch the sunrise over the Connecticut River.
The fog was much thicker near the river.
The sun just wasn’t up to the task.
But, I did see this little guy in the parking lot, and he had just found what appears to be half a hard roll.
“Got butter? This would be better with a nice schmear”
The fog was either lifting from the forest or sinking into it.
Normally, the city skyline would be visible behind the corner of that one building.
I’m assuming this guy’s vision is way better than mine.
The wooded paths at the north end of the park are wrapped in fog.
The trees in the parking lot are giving us a view of the upcoming changing season.
Hartford sits behind those trees in the distance.
Maybe I’ll take this home for the wife and kids
This is the Riverside boathouse I featured on Thursday Doors about a year ago
The boat dock will be removed from the river pretty soon.
The boat launch will be pulled out of the water in a few weeks.
Wooded path along the river
The path along the riveris nicely hidden.
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun series called One Liner Wednesday.