As far as outdoor recreating goes, it's been a slim 2013. I didn't get my first leisure walk in until April, and only one since.
I want to plug Tulsa's Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness. Fantastic, family-friendly park! I walked the yellow trail, with its big views over the Arkansas River. I'm not sure it's the full 4.4 miles as advertised, but I know I got at least 3.3 miles out of it. Mind the official blazes: mountain bikers are easily bored with just one trail, so there are many unmarked side trails.
I haven't been taking photos, but I did do rough Google Earth sketches of my routes:
The first was a quick walk at Bushwhacker Lake Conservation Area near Lamar, MO. Nice walk. Quail, whitetail, beaver sign, standard SWMO wildlife. The walk along the bluff, and through the bottoms, was the highlight. Don't think of Buffalo River bluffs: these were much less dramatic, but interesting still. I spent a good deal of the walk meditating on the history of MO/KS Civil War era border fighting. Messy times, which don't easily submit to clean categories. Ain't that history, though?
Here's my walk at Turkey Mountain Park in Tulsa. Top shelf!