Three Days in a Row - mainly Hydrangea and the New Road

These days, I rarely run consecutive days.  But I did - 3-days in a row - for the first time in a long time.

On Friday, I woke up very early in the morning.  It was an OK weather.

Roses were pretty along a house by Kanda River.

Beautiful pink hydrangea.

A different type of hydrangea.

Dokudami (Houttuynia cordata).  These are pretty common in our neighborhood.

Yesterday, it rained and rained all day.  I braved a good run - and got soaked.

This butterfly was clinging to a leaf of hydrangea.

Rain falls on Inokashira Pond.

Hydrangea flowers are in abundance this time of the year.

Lilies along Tama Cycling Road.

Maple leaves had seeds already.


 People waiting for the bus.

The trail by Tamagawajosui.

A family walking towards Ghibli Museum.

Officials checking the fish traps for foreign species in Inokashira pond.  I was happy to learn that no more Black Bass and Blue Gills have been found in a while.

White flowers in our neighbor's yard. 

And today, the weather is very sunny and very warm (hot).  I enjoyed a slow paced run this morning.

Inokashira Line train goes towards Mitaka-dai Station.

A pretty white roadside flowers.

Someone's yard.

Children at play at the field south of Fujimigaoka.

The new road along Tamagawajosui is now open.  I first wrote about its construction 5 years ago.  It took a long time, but now it's done!

A phone booth for handicapped.

A road by Inokashira-koen Station.

Inokashira Pond seen from Hyotan Bridge.

The little trail close from Inokashira-koen Station.

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