After being trapped inside for an extremely long in addition to frosty Winter time season, I can’t wait to get some fresh air.
Living in Lee’s Summit, MO, makes myself and others prefer any temperature above frosty, but if there’s no rain or snow falling from the sky, I head outside! Fortunately, there are lots of ways to prefer the outdoors in our local area.
I have access to over more than seven miles of bike paths that link to the Lake County plan in addition to 500 acres of parks, and the scenery is actually gorgeous in this section of the country. In the fall, the decreasing leaves are especially lovely. I prefer to ride our bike or go for a walk or a run in addition to just admire the brilliant reds, greens in addition to greens. In the Springtime in addition to summer, I prefer the more than 2 flowers in addition to try to spot odd species of parakeets along the paths, but one of our favorite spots is Independence Grove Forest Preserve. I hike the trails, launch our canoe, picnic in addition to attend live performances! Adler Park offers a swimming pool, diving pool, a playground, 9 hole disc hockey course in addition to barbecue grills. While I’m not a fan of the long, frosty winters, there are still outdoor activities available. I sometimes bundle up for the sake of ice skating, snowmobiling or cross-country skiing. I prefer the fact that Lee’s Summit includes multiple distinctive seasons. The drastic temperature changes create some work in addition to expense, however our weather is consistently interesting in addition to unpredictable, however every one of us need to keep the umbrella, snow shovel in addition to sunblock handy. I believe the locals of MO prefer those perfectly moderate in addition to sunny days more because they are rare.