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Thursday, April 19, 2012

4/18/12 Sunkhaze



One more attempt to get to the Buzzy Brook Trails. Coming down the Stud Mill from Rte. 2 we found the gate open but the closed sign still in place. We drove further down the road to the other gate and found it still locked. Afraid they might relock the first gate, and since it was only 1/2 mile from the gate to McLaughlin Rd. we decided to park outside the gate and walk the road.

Don't know what kind of bird this came from.


The North Buzzy Brook Trail was quite wet in places but it usually is.There were buds on the trees at the brook but it's still not very spring looking.


We started back down the trail and found a trail to the west that is not on the map and that we had not been on before. It led to another trail that did look familiar and we took that.


Which ended at water- we think the Little Buzzy Brook


Kelley thought it was a pretty good spot.


We back tracked to where we had turned off and that eventually led us back to the loop trail


Which we took back to the trail head and on out to the road and back to our car


Where we found the gate locked- we were glad we were on the other side of it.


A pretty nice hike. 3 hours

3 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good trip. I have never really looked for this trail, now I must try it! Thanks!

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  2. Smart move. Stud Mill Rd is one of my favorite spots to explore..

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  3. Thanks Faith- The start of the North trail is clearly marked as are the intersections for the loop. It's the South Trail that's more confusing for me. Wait 'till they open the road.


    Thanks for stopping by and commenting penbayman

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