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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

5/17/16 Frye Mt. Trail


50's, sun and clouds, but no bugs. We would not go to the summit because of the distance- no view anyway as it is wooded - and shoot for about two hours hiking.

The trail is mostly a nice walk in the woods, a few small streams.


and the Bartlett Stream for which there is an alternate route when the water is high. Today it was quite low.


We crossed several old stone walls, all in bad repair.


Interesting fungi


Another shot of the trail


It had been about an hour when we reached the road and I thought we would take the road to the alternate route ( not on this map) for a different way back.  Kelley did not like walking on the road so we took an old woods road that we had crossed on the trail on the way out and return from there, the way we had come.

Kelley found her way into some wetland we passed.


Back at the Bartlett Stream


Wildflower !


A nice hike. Kelley did well on this pretty day and, of course, liked all  of the water. Very peaceful, as we had the place, as usual, to ourselves. 2 hours 

6 comments:

  1. The fungi shot is terrific. Glad you had a nice outing and that Kelley did well.

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  2. Beautiful woods and stream and pretty white wildflower. And I see Kelley got a swim in too!

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  3. I haven't been there in sometime..looks like I should go back...nice pics..good girl Kelley!

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