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It was a beautiful autumn day here. No snow, no wind, and the temperature was well above freezing. We walked along the river on our way to Humpty's for breakfast. We saw many squirrels, getting in their last bit of food gathering before winter arrives. There were a surprising number of spandex-clad joggers on the trail. Didn't see any homeless people, which is unusual.

One of the pleasant things about this walk was that it didn't lead past any construction sites. Going in any other direction from home, we run into all kinds of detours, especially on weekends when roads are often shut so that cranes can be brought in or out without disturbing too much traffic.
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