Thursday, May 23, 2019

Stairs to Bridge



So after the Bayberry Loop Trail leaves the shores of the reservoir, it turns back through the woods toward the boardwalk where I began. I look forward to taking this walk again maybe in the fall when the colors of all these hardwood trees begin to turn. By then I expect to have become a full-time denizen of the Virginia peninsula, having moved away from northern Virginia where I've lived for the past eleven years.

But there was just one more thing I wanted to see before I left Waller Mill Park, and that will be the subject of tomorrow's post.


6 comments:

  1. Those stairs would be helpful on a wet day!

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  2. Stairs like that are a common sight on hiking trails here too.

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  3. Bien marcado el camino, que hay que seguir. lo que hay que tener cuidado de no tropear por las pequeñas elevaciones que encontramos en esas tablas.

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  4. ...a wonderful walk in the woods.

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  5. This place looks fantastic for a walk. My wife and I are going to Ards Forest Park next week for a few days. We are looking forward to the visit and sights. The link is below if you want to read about it. Have a great day!

    https://www.coillte.ie/site/ards-forest-park/

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