Wednesday, October 11, 2006

a tribute to autumn: the gallup park trail

If you are looking for a nice ride to enjoy the fall colors, or just debating whether to bike or drive between Ann Arbor and Ypsi, Ypsidixt offers up a convincing argument for taking the trail through gallup park before the leaves fall.

The prettiest part was the tree by the Gallup dam: a huge red torch of fire. Other beauty spots included a twig-littered part of the path by St. Joe's, leaves falling through the air on the secret path, and a realization that the EMU campus is distinguished by its really nice array of sculpture.

We wonder if Y might consider writing a weekly weather report for carfree ann arbor? Maybe if we changed our name to be more inclusive?


HomelessDave said...


Scott said...

SEMACFALP (South East Michigan Association of Car Free And Lite People) seemed all-inclusive, but a little to offical sounding. And the final sylable of the acronym is an instant turn-off. Who would ever want to be associated with a "...FALP"?

I don't know what the term is for a resident of Washtenaw County, but I sure hope it is Washtenaut!