2.3 miles in 42 minutes, 4,955 steps
The hill leading to the area is pretty steep, and there's a good view of the Riverfront Trail parking area, B on the map. I could see that there was a garbage truck right near the entrance that was possibly blocking the way in, so I drove over to the Rotary Park entrance, where the boat launch is, point A. Open gate, clear parking lot, extremely muddy trail.
That's a paved trail, too. The flooding was bad enough to leave a couple of inches of mud on a paved trail. But I don't understand how the grass between the water and the trail can look so normal.
I decided I'd turn back, go to the car, and park at point B. From there, I could see if that part of the trail was any better, and if not, I could just head back home. But it was clear over there! So I decided to just walk to the end of the pavement and back.
One thing I'm seeing more of lately is these wheel-chair accessible picnic tables, and that's pretty great.
Not much else notable today since I stayed on the trail. It was overcast and I only got the slightest glimpse of the sun. The clouds were an interesting mix of pale blue and pink.
As promised, here's my new haircut.