Spring Greetings!

Stubbornly determined to explore every corner of the metro area, next we’re headed north to Brookhaven. Murphey-Candler Park is huge – 135 acres, encompassing Candler Lake – so the challenge will be finding each other once we get there. Here’s how:

Coming from Ashford-Dunwoody Rd. on W. Nancy Creek Drive, just before you reach the lake, turn left on Candler Lake W. to follow the lake shore. Right away you’ll pass two parking lots on your right; keep going and turn in at the third. You’ll see a fenced swimming pool on your left. By then I’m sure the pool will be open, but parking spots will hopefully be available on a Sunday morning during a holiday weekend. Park at the far end of the lot and look for us in one of the picnic shelters just beyond a low stone wall.

As always, bring poetry to share, your own or a favorite poet’s, or a relevant prose reading. After sharing, we’ll split up to wander, gathering observations and inspirations, or find a special spot to sit and write. Then we’ll re-converge for more sharing or just to talk. Don’t forget writing supplies, drinking water, warm clothes, good hiking boots or shoes, a blanket or camp chair (optional).

Click here for directions. I look forward to seeing you!

blessings, Wing

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