Shollenberger Park on a Warm Spring Day

Power-walking at Shollenberger Park.

The warm, sunny, breezy spring day in April was perfect for a short walk around Shollenberger Park, in Petaluma.   And other than Daddy stepping on a pile of dog poop, we enjoyed every minute of our mini-hike!


 

Shollenberger Park entrance

Shollenberger Park entrance

Picnic tables are available, with a nice view of the pond.

Picnic tables are available, with a nice view of the pond.

Bethypoo spotted some ducks!

Bethypoo spotted some ducks!

An aggressive goose coming toward us; I had to hold Bpoo back from her urge pet it!

An aggressive goose coming toward us; I had to hold Bpoo back from her urge to pet it!

Playing with a flower.

Playing with a flower.

Bethypoo wanted to see more ducks.

Bethypoo wanted to see more ducks.

Crossing a small bridge over Adobe Creek.

Crossing a small bridge over Adobe Creek.

One of the many trails around Shollenberger Park.  The main loop around the pond is 2.1 miles long.

One of the many trails around Shollenberger Park. The main loop around the pond is 2.1 miles long.

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