7 Ways to feel good instantly, part 2


Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.
– John Muir

Clear Creek Greenway, outside Redding, is one of my favorite places for a day hike here in northern California. Even though the trailheads (multiple) are very easily accessible from the 1-5, and the 299, it’s still wild nature. I just love coming out here, it’s quiet, peaceful, and so beautiful. Hiking is my second feel good instantly pill. Missed the first one? Read about it here. I think the soft curves of Clear Creek, is a suitable entry for this week’s photo challenge at The Daily Post; Rounded. I hope you enjoyed this post. I’m looking forward to see more entries to the weekly photo challenge.

Have a wonderful weekend!


Ms Zen

15 Comments on “7 Ways to feel good instantly, part 2

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    • I can’t say that I like Redding as a town very much, but I love the surrounding nature. Hiking trails, waterfalls, volcanoes..there’s everything 🙂 Thank you for your comment!

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    • Thank you! Not directly. I don’t know if you remember that we had a place in Napa when my daughter was an infant? That place burned down, but it’s not ours anymore. Were you personally affected by the fires? I pray for those who were. Some of the fires were so unexpected. I hope you’re good, and ready for the new week.


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