We just returned from a fine trip to Ann Arbor, Michigan where we biked through parkland, visited the Farmer's Market, and did a canoe trip down the Huron River. Our hosts, Peter and Val, had scoped out some outdoor activities that kept us busy on our most recent foray to this quintessential university town. Our visit included biking through Gallup Park with its scenic backdrop of Geddes Pond. On this outing we were caught in a thunder and lightening storm (we hadn't checked the radar map closely enough before we left) but fortunately we found a covered pavilion that we could duck into before we got too wet.
|Biking past Geddes Pond in Ann Arbor|
|The peony garden is well worth a visit|
|Padding the Huron River is a great way to spend an afternoon|