Toward the end of the best day in May so far - went to BHS looking for the track but it was full of activity. Went to the middle school where there is also an old (hard top) track but it too had May activity. Went to Hammond Preserve which I had to myself. Did mostly walking & stretching & wondering what I can do physically re BG, eg, I have a hard time putting shoes & socks on in the morning kind-of-thing. It improves but not enough to feel positive.
was a gorgeous green. Read a few graves stones, the one at 11 o’clock in the photo belongs to David Hammond, died 1810. The medallion at the base honors him as a Revolutionary War vet. And, of course, his wife Hannah (couldn’t read her dates) lies beside. And the epitaphs are a struggle to read but the message familiar.