Taking advantage of a beautifully sunny Sunday afternoon, we headed to Breakheart Reservation with the boys bikes. The boys wanted to show me a loop around the reservation that I hadn’t fully walked before.
The first part of the walk is one I am very familiar with as it takes us to the beach where we swim during the summer. The boys led the way!
We made our way to the beach along paths covered in pine needles, with the sun streaming through the trees.
The boys were keen to keep going, but I took my time, taking in the view as we walked around the lake.
They urged me on as they wanted to show me a second lake, that in all honesty I hadn’t realised was there! They sped off, until we hit another hill, at which point a push from daddy was welcomed :)
Then we arrived at Silver Lake, another breathtakingly beautiful view. And, as we dropped the bikes so that we could explore, I managed to sneak this photo of the 8yo.
The kids soon found a huge rock and they spent ages climbing, jumping and sliding.
It was a beautiful afternoon; the sun was shining, the kids were in their element and we had a lovely, if somewhat (unexpectedly!) hilly, walk. I certainly got a good work out pushing the stroller, and in fact, I needed the odd push too!
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