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Thursday, April 28, 2016

4/27/16 Sheepscot Headwaters


We took yesterday off - Kelley rested and I did garden stuff. Today is 40's but sunny and no wind, so not bad.

Still no wildflowers but a little snow left from yesterday


  and on the trail


With the long section of stone wall this is my favorite section of the trail

The wall along here is in better shape than most we see and I wonder if someone does a little maintenance.


Taking the lead


First chance for water - not much but ...




More water


A nice fungus.


A nice hike. Kelley did very well taking the lead at times and not lagging behind. The hike took a little longer than usual as there were several uncleared blow downs and some eroded sections that took time for work arounds.  2 hours 

2 comments:

  1. What a terrific wall. I love the squareness of the rock--almost as if it were hewn. We have cobbles here in northern Michigan. It would be hard to make a decent wall out of them--but my house is!!
    Have a terrific weekend, John

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    1. Thanks for commenting Sue- we come across many of those old walls, mostly more tumbledown, in seemingly remote places. Great weekend to you too.

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