Bob and I took advantage of this past weekend’s lovely weather. We spent several hours both on Saturday and Sunday enjoying the abundant sunshine and warmer temperatures. The temperature rose into the low 60s on Saturday. It was a little cooler, with temperatures rising into the low 50s, on Sunday but still very nice day to be outdoors.
On Saturday Bob and I drove to Erie, where we spent several hours at Presque Isle State Park. I wish we would have brought our bicycles with us. I would have enjoyed riding our bicycles around the park, as we did one time last year. Instead of riding bicycles, we drove around Presque Isle State Park. We made several photo stops along the way.
We walked up the 100′ wooden deck for an overlook of the marsh on Presque Isle Bay.
Our next stop was at the Perry Monument.
The Perry Monument is 101 feet tall and commemorates the victory of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry in the Battle of Lake Erie on September 10th, 1813.
Our next stop was along Coast Guard Road, en route the North Pier.
Our next stop was at the North Pier.
Our last stop at Presque Isle State Park would be at the Presque Isle Lighthouse. Before arriving at that lighthouse, though, we made one other stop along the park road beside a swamp.
Our last stop at Presque Isle State Park was at the Presque Isle Lighthouse.
On Sunday we spent the afternoon with our granddaughters, taking them on an outing to Allegany State Park near Salamanca, NY — the subject of my next blog post.
It was a wonderful weekend to be out and about…a tease for the Spring to come.