"OF ALL THE PATHS YOU TAKE IN LIFE, MAKE SURE A FEW OF THEM ARE DIRT." - John Muir
Among the throng of walkers and runners on the trails throughout White Clay Creek State Park are 90-year-old John Munro and his wife Dorris, age 89. John and Dorris have been married for 67 years, and as Dorris writes, "have enjoyed walking the trails on week-ends since the 1970's. John retired from Delmarva Power in 1988 and we continued our walks two or three times a week (sometimes with friends or a church group). In the springtime we enjoy the wildflowers and also have seen Deer, Eagles, King Fishers, Blue Birds, Woodpeckers, and Herons. Just three weeks ago we saw a Bald Eagle."
Dorris and John have two children, four grandchildren, four great grandchildren and one great, great granddaughter.
On the trails of White Clay Creek Preserve, Fall/Winter, 2021/2022
Wall of Starlings
The Flying Saucer has landed . . .
Ice on Chambers Rock
Harbingers of Spring
THIS ENDS PART 1. PART 2 CONTINUES WITH SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL PICTURES THRU 2022.