Walk Brighton Project Week 6

Sneakers

I did it! My Walk Brighton Project is complete. I walked all of the streets over a mile radius from my home. Of course, I will still walk in my town but my focus of exploring and documenting areas new to me in this town is over for now. I am still in awe of what I was able to experience by walking from my home.

Highlights:

  • Watching flowers and trees bloom.
  • The “hunt” of never knowing what I would find.
  • “Smile” spelled in Daffodils and Tulips in front of a dentist office.
  • Discovered a path near my place that I was not previously aware. It will make it easier to get to some beautiful areas when there is a lot of traffic again.
  • The many paper rainbows and hearts attached to doors and windows.

Details:

  • Completed between March 27 to May 5, 2020.
  • I walked to each of the locations from my home.
  • I called it the Walk Brighton Project but some streets in my radius were in The City of Rochester and Pittsford.
  • If a road was marked private, I did not walk it.
  • I focused on walking residential streets.
  • My longest walk was around 5 miles round trip. Some walks were around 4 miles.
  • I am not afraid of walking in cold, rain, or snow. I encountered very few people during these walks.

Thursday Evening 4-30-20 

  • Streets Walked
    • Pittsford Trail System (Railroad Loop Trail)
    • Highland Avenue
    • Gould Street
    • Kimberly Drive
    • Grosvenor Road
    • East Avenue
    • Council Rock Avenue
    • Thackery Road
    • Esplande Drive
    • Pelham Road

pelham

splendid spring tree

birches at ranch

tree leaves spring

Home of Brighton Senior 2020

roof chimney

Brighton Neighborhood

Tudor Segment

Driveway light

Magnolia

turret top

grey house

Saturday Morning 5-2-20 

  • Streets Walked
    • Elmwood Avenue
    • Chelmsford Lane
    • Chelmsford Road
    • Winton Road
    • Highland Avenue
    • Chadbourne Road
    • Warrington Drive
    • Oakdale Drive
    • Mayflower Drive
    • Glen Ellyn Way
    • Varianna Drive
    • Rhinecliff Drive

oakdale

Ship on Chimney

Brighton at Dawn

Blue Garage Doors

Turret with Sun

Sunday Morning 5-3-20 

  • Streets Walked
    • Elmwood Avenue
    • South Grosvenor Road
    • Babcock Drive
    • Clover Street (Route 65)
    • Georgian Court Road
    • Trevor Court Road
    • Ambassador Drive
    • Sandringham Road
    • Esplanade Drive

Sandringham

brick walk

Fairy Tale Turret

Stone House with Gate

Stone Center Turret

Sidewalk Mosaic

Monday Afternoon 5-4-20 

  • Streets Walked
    • Pittsford Trail System (Railroad Loop Trail)
    • Highland Avenue
    • Templeton Road
    • Ashbourne Road
    • South Winton Road
    • Wilshire Road
    • Hillside Avenue
    • Palmerston Road
    • Monteroy Road
    • Claybourne Road
    • Edgemoor Road
    • Chelmsford Road
    • Commonwealth Road
    • Elmwood Avenue

Wilshire

white tudor

Blue stone

Spring Street

dog

brick turret

round window

Tuesday Afternoon 5-5-20 

  • Streets Walked
    • Elmwood Avenue
    • Elmwood Avenue
    • Clovercrest Drive
    • Landon Parkway
    • Clover Street (Route 65)
    • Whitewood Lane
    • South Grosvenor Road

Whitewood Lane

Sycamore Trees

ranch

Whitewood Lane

“Life is a journey, not a destination.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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2 Responses to Walk Brighton Project Week 6

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow!!!!! Loved your picture’s.

  2. Deborah Klee says:

    Congrats! Hope you still get out for walks! hah! Love all the pix

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