Views of the Neighborhood – Humanity Part Two

Our walk in the neighborhood turned up evidence that we humans have a sense of caring for one another. An anonymous person or persons left messages of hope throughout the Hamilton Greenbelt. This is the second of two parts since there were too many photos for one post. If you missed last week’s post, HERE is a link.

Views of the Neighborhood

The entrance to the Greenbelt.

Views of the Neighborhood

Our next sign. Yes, we are in this together.

An excellent place to dump your worries.

The answer just might be, “Yes.”

I just had to take a shot of the Lillie pads.

Hello and good-bye.

Waterfall.

Spillway. The sound here is fantastic.

Something we all need more of these days.

A hug and a kiss would be welcome too.

I like the little “Connect,” pointing to “Grateful.” Let’s hope when we can connect, we will be grateful.

Views of the Neighborhood

Here it is the end of our walk. I hope you all have a super week. Thanks for coming with me today.

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  1. These are just wonderful. How uplifting. Thanks. Happy Sunday!!

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    1. Happy Sunday, Darlene. Thanks for coming along.

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  2. What a great walk. Next week we will be able to walk in our local park again. Yay!

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    1. That will be nice. Walks like this restore one’s energy. 😁

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      1. I agree, John. I’m starting to feel like I’m living in an alternative universe and all the other people have disappeared.

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      2. Ha haha. I think we all have that feeling these days, Robbie. Have faith. All those annoying folks will be back before you know it.

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  3. Another great post, John. Thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚ — Suzanne

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    1. Thank you, Suzanne. 😊

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  4. Cheers to those who placed those stones.

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    1. Yes for sure. Thanks, Frank.

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  5. Thank you for taking us along on your walk, John. It was a good way to start my day.

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    1. My pleasure, Liz. Thank you for coming along.

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      1. You’re welcome, John!

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  6. Nice set. It’s fun finding these kinds of things.

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    1. It is. Thank you, Charles.

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  7. These rock messages seem to be popping up throughout the country. It’s great! Thanks for the walk, John. Enjoy your Sunday!

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    1. Thank you, Jill. Enjoy yours as well.

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  8. We’re social creatures, and we’ll find ways to establish connections, no matter what.

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    1. It does seem that way, Linda. Thank you. 😊

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  9. Joy delivered in such a simple way! Love these, John. Have a wonderful Sunday!

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    1. You as well, Lori. 😁

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  10. A terrific rock trail!

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  11. Nice walk, John.

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    1. Thank you, Keith.

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  12. Gwen M. Plano · ·

    The messages are incredible. They brighten everyone’s day. What a gift! Thank you for sharing this walk with readers. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you for coming along, Gwen

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  13. Those are all encouraging words, John. Thanks for bringing us along. The area by the pond with the lily pads looks so peaceful. I might sit
    there a bit.

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    1. Yes sit a while. There is a bench near and I have a cooler filled with Corona. We could talk.

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      1. Sounds wonderful

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  14. Looks like a beautiful and tranquil place.
    Have a wonderful Sunday,
    Pit

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    1. Thank you, Pit. You as well.

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  15. Thank you for letting me tag along, John — I enjoyed it very much. I can almost hear the sound of water splashing at the waterfall! And I really like the ‘Aloha’ message — very hopeful that one day we’ll get to travel again. Have a lovely Sunday!

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    1. I think there is always hope.

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  16. Really enjoyed this second part of the walk.

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    1. I’m glad. Thank you, Craig.

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  17. A wonderful part two and honestly… I think I would go there at the very least once per week. Sit by that pond or waterfall with a book or a notepad. Pure bliss.

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    1. So peaceful, Dale. Thanks.

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      1. Oh yes, I can sense that.

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  18. What a wonderful thing someone spent their time doing to try and uplift others! There is hope for humanity still! Thanks, John!

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    1. I know right? I just read where a new club is being formed here called Lakeway Rocks. They are going to place more. Thanks, Jan

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  19. Fun signs, but I especially loved the lily pads! Thanks for sharing your walk, John!

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    1. Thanks for taking it with me.

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  20. It’s like I could HEAR the sound of that spillway through your capture, Boss.

    Great sequel.

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    1. I should take a video of that place. Thanks, Marc.

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  21. The wonderful resilience of our species rises to meet us when challenges threaten our continuity. We are not intended to live alone. These messages impart that knowledge and gift us with insight. Thanks so much for sharing them, John. πŸ‘

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    1. Thak you so much for coming along and the lovely comment.

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  22. Thanks for a stroll, dear John! These speaking stones awake the imagination! πŸ™‚

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    1. They do, don’t they? Thanks for the thought, Maria. 😊

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  23. What a wonderful idea, leaving messages like that. It does make one feel better to know there are such thoughtful people in the world. Thanks for sharing, John.

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    1. I always love it when the good in people shines through. All too often we only hear about the evil. Thanks, Marie.

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  24. What wonderful little messages. People can be so creative and sweet. Thanks for the smile. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you, Diana. I agree with you. 😊

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  25. I love these! Thanks so much for sharing them with us.

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    1. Thank you for coming along, Laura. 😁

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  26. It’s like finding uplifting Easter eggs!

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    1. Yes it is. Good way to put it.

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  27. D.L. Finn, Author · ·

    I enjoyed this, John. It gave me lots of ideas for our own parh.

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  28. A great stroll, John. What a great idea to put messages on those rocks. Rock on!

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    1. Thanks for making the stroll, Ron

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  29. How inspirational, John, and the photos are so lovely.

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    1. Thank you, Lauren. It was a peaceful walk for sure.

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  30. It’s great to see the ‘Helpers’ are at work! Thank you for sharing this, John.

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    1. Thak you for coming along, Mark. 😊

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      1. Always enjoy the trips, John.

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  31. Oh, what a lovely walk! The inspirational rocks would be the icing on the cake for me!

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  32. Really wonderful, John! What a treat for you to see these in person. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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    1. They were very fun for sure. 😁

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      1. πŸ™‚

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  33. How sweet that you discovered these thoughtful notes whilst on your walk. It is lovely to see people being kind to one another. Thank you for sharing.
    Best Wishes, Charlotte

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    1. They were a delight, Charlotte. Thank you.

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  34. I may need to make a few of these for my walks. What a joy to find.

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    1. I think so too, Audrey. 😁

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  35. This was such an enjoyable walk. The positive notes on the rocks are a great idea, something anyone could do to remind people to be hopeful. I can close my eyes and hear the music of the waterfalls and spillway.

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    1. Thank you, Michelle 😁

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