Last weekend was the first really nice weekend of the year, so we spent Saturday at Caumsett State Historic Park on the North Shore of Long Island. I love this park because not only does it have a great combination of open fields, wooded trails and rocky beach to walk along, but even when there are a lot of people, as there were last weekend, the park is big enough that you find places to walk around where you won't see anyone. Also, it's a really beautiful drive up along the cute little towns along the North Shore. Unfortunately, my camera's battery died halfway through the day, but these pictures give you a pretty good idea about some of what we saw.
There was a lot of forsythia on the trails around the park. I love what a bright yellow color it is. It always reminds me of spring.
Some ferns starting to grow along a path.
A nice view from a path on a ridge above the water.
This weekend feels more like summer than spring. Here are the flowers in our window, now fully open.