With my parents and my sister in Assiniboine Park in the 1950s
The Washington Post reported this week that researchers at the University of Vermont have discovered visiting a park can improve your mood and give you a jolt of happiness much like the one kids receive on Christmas morning. Cranky folks who live in the city will be cheered by spending time in a public park.
With my husband Dave in Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona
That increased positivity will stay with them for several hours after the visit. The larger and/or greener the park the greater its benefits.
With my daughter-in-law in Point Pelee National Park in Ontario
One of the authors of the research findings says it is definitely true that there is something restorative about being out in nature.
In a park in Taiwan with my cousin Dirk
The great outdoors has something you can’t buy at a store or download onto your screen.
In Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland
In the Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Park in Costa Rica
In Sai Kung County Park in Hong Kong
Looking for tigers in Ranthambore National Park in India
With the guide who took us on a tour in the Whiteshell Provincial Park
Skiing with my family in Banff National Park Albert
With my friends in Assiniboine Park Winnipeg
On a park bench in Savannah Georgia
At the Winnipeg Folk Festival in Birds Hill Park
Living Beings Just Like Us?
An Ancient Sacred Site