We took the opportunity this afternoon to revisit Grant's Park.
The park is huge, and at 187 acres, we've still only seen a small portion.
The "boys" thought they'd explore the creek and see if they could find any crayfish.
No luck on that front, but they had fun trying.
Surprisingly, for this time of year, there was still plenty of color along the paths.
My favorite part of the walk though, was when we reached an alcove called "The Chimneys".
These beautiful stone chimneys are what remain of a fishing cabin once belonging to Richard H. Grant Sr. (1878-1957).
From what I can find on him, it sounds like he was a wealthy business man and worked for prominent companies in Dayton.
The romantic in me can hear the echos of peaceful fall evenings gathered around those massive fireplaces telling stories and enjoying the company of loved ones.
It's a peaceful place to visit and a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
School starts tomorrow.
Wishing you blessings for the week to come.