I composed this. Found the oak leaves down the trail and placed them on top of the log just so I could take their picture. Is that cheating?
They must have been napping t
t day - no sightings of any woodpeckers.
The Buckeye Trail sounds like a typical long distance trail. Some sections of the Conservation Trail were very poorly marked - I guess it was whoever was responsible for maintaining that particular section. I remember one hike, we got confused after being on the trail for about 2 minutes - nothing was marked, had no idea where to go.
The trip was fantastic! I was only there for about 2 1/2 days though. The ADKS themselves, it's a very large area - I believe something like 6 million acres of land - so you can imagine how vast it is. I am mostly familiar with what is known as the high peaks region. You will be able to find cabins to rent at public campgrounds, maybe possibly state campgrounds. When I go up there, I either stay in our trailer in a campground in Wilmington NY (the North Pole Campground), at a friend's house who lives in the area, or one of the three hostels in the immediate region. I haven't really done any hiking outside of the high peaks area. Are you thinking of going there?
Thank you. It was alot of steps; took me 11 months to the day to complete it.
One would be so lucky to live in such a beautiful setting!
Yes she is, a place where one can totally immerse themselves into!
The anticipation you must have been feeling...it must have been incredible. I sometimes believe I enjoy what leads up to the storm as to the storm once it hits.
This is Penny. She is eight years old and quite the little hiker!
Hi Diane, it is true, did not remember this group, today return to Panoramio and I promise to upload photos to it, receives a hug from Spain, my friend.