A Springtime Walk Around the Geothermal Lake

May 6, 2010

During Sherman’s Nurses Ceremony on the morning of May 5, the sun peeked through the clouds and illuminated the geothermal lake and the landscape beyond. After the ceremony concluded we took full advantage of the warm rays by walking the path that surrounds the lake. Here are 6 new photos of the walk.

The start of the walk - the view from the terrace

A sign describing the function of the geothermal lake

Signs like these teach you more about the hospital as you walk!

The start of the walk still had some dark cloud cover

View of the terrace from the other side

The sun fully emerged for the end of the walk!

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6 Responses to “A Springtime Walk Around the Geothermal Lake”

  1. John Pletz said

    Can people take walks around your lake? It might be a fun date night for my wife and I.

  2. Absolutely! It’s a great way to relieve stress or enjoy a beautiful day.

  3. […] a lovely and peaceful place to be and obviously affords some great views. I also appreciated the occasional sign that offered a tidbit of information about […]

  4. […] lake–for its ability to provide a home for fish and other wildlife. Come on out and take a walk around the lake, enjoy the natural prairie landscaping around it, and see if you can spot any fins and scales […]

  5. […] are pleased to announce that the 3/4 mile walking path on our new hospital campus has been named an American Heart Association (AHA) “Start! Walking […]

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