A little bit of Europe in CT walking along the Naugatuck Greenway on Housatonic River.
The greenway starts in Derby and is planned for 44 miles to Torrington.
I walked a while and found several routes and signs of spring with the weeping willow starting to green and trees filled with cardinals and orioles.
There were several areas with geese coming in and out of the water and I somehow grew intrigued by his big webbed feet. As I approached a biker seemed to heed warning and the geese family yelled and chased me!
Next time I’ll return with my bike for a quicker getaway when the greenway is further expanded.
For now I stopped at Three Bridges coffee for a latte which had lovely seating areas and fun items for purchase at 415 Howe Street, Shelton.
A brief stop at Indian Wells park for a bite by the water and a fun visit to the waterfall completed todays adventure.
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