Anne and I went for a walk today in Gallup Park. The sun finally out and we found fresh signs of construction at the park. It looks like a lot of work went into making new bicycle paths, with bridges over the river. The bike path now runs along both banks of the Huron River and crosses the river twice to make a loop. There is also a much longer trail called border-to-border that runs along the railroad tracks on the south side of the river. We hiked this path too, but never did find the end of it. It would be nice to explore these paths on a bike and really get around them. On the river, we saw buffleheads and swans, both Trumpeter and Mute. Afterwards, we headed downtown to the Grizzly for soup and sandwiches, with cider. We also had Crème Brule for dessert. Yum!