Elizabeth A.S. Brooke

Crafting, traveling and everything in between.

Walking around Winston-Salem

Signs of spring are beginning to appear here in the Blue Ridge Mountains. We’ve had red-winged blackbirds visit the feeder. On our evening walks, we’ve heard the spring peepers’ call (a type of frog). We even saw a mourning cloak on the New River Trail last weekend.

In Piedmont North Carolina, the warmer seasons usually arrive earlier than here. On a visit to Winston-Salem last weekend we saw these beautiful flowers:

Strollway Flowers

We found these along The Strollway. We have daffodil stems pushing through the soil here in the mountains, but no flowers yet.

This trail is over a mile long and connects Old Salem with downtown. We parked at the end of a street in Old Salem and walked over to the trail. We’d looked for the strollway while wondering around downtown a couple years ago, but, for whatever reason, we couldn’t find it.

Here are some photos from the walk:

The Strollway

Winston-Tower and trees

Winston Tower

Lola ā€” The Muse of the Arts District

Lola ā€” The Muse of the Arts District

Full shot of Lola

Art on a wall behind the bus depot.

Art on a wall behind the bus depot.

Strollway downtown

Shot of Old Salem

Shot of Old Salem

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