We went to the top of Manhattan to check out Inwood Hill Park. I loved the wild trees mixed with endless paved paths, trash cans, open fields with freshly mowed grass, and an abundance of park rangers teaching archery no less. It all came together to be a magical outdoor exsperience.
Whenever I do stuff like this I think about people who truly love the great outdoors. As a gauge, I think of this guy:
|this photo cracks me up.|
While I still prefer the over populated and landscaped Central Park to Inwood Hill, I found it to be a fun escape. I might even go back someday to camp under the stars and the 75,000 cars crossing the Henry Hudson Bridge. I'll sleep like a baby.
|Oscar lagged behind until we put him in charge and called him the Park Stranger. |
Nothing like a power trip to perk a kid up!
|Flip Flops: The best hiking shoes.|
|A hat put to good use.|
|Whenever Rob gets a camera, he always starts by saying, "Ok, look at me! Everyone smile!" |
Look at my face.
I'm right about to turn around and snap, "Rob, don't say that! It ruins it. Just take a picture of the moment!" haha