In October last year, I picked up a used Fuji X100S as a test bed to see if I liked the XTrans. While I am not sold on the sensor being any better, I do love that particular camera body.
With a want to shoot the camera more, I started to shoot it on the walk from my car to my office. Next to where I park is a pond that was/is used for water for snowmaking. Across the street from that is the "showpiece" hotel. I shot this particular shot most mornings as I came in to work. And I think this REALLY helped me learn the camera and helped my photography greatly. The first few times, it's just about seeing the scene, or a few things in it. The more I shot it, the more it became about setting up the camera correctly, and seeing the light. Practicing this one scene allowed the tangible things you know (like this is a building, this is a road, this is a pond) to fall away and the technique and aesthetics to come to the forefront. Then, when I went to other scenes, I can rely on the tricks I learned in my "lab" to get better photos.
So in summary, I see huge value in revisiting scenes.
Also, your images are great, and I am highly jealous that you found such a wonderful place to shoot.