Tag Archive: Trail


Stoned?

This stone was at the end of the trail to Abrams Falls in Tennessee. Of course I had to turn it over!

Chimney Tops

My wife after doing this trail!

The first section of trail more or less follows the cascading waters of Road Prong Creek, and crosses several footbridges along the 0.9-mile route to Beech Flats. If you’re hiking during the spring or early summer, look for rhododendron, mountain laurel and many other wildflowers blooming along the trailside during this time period. The trail junction at Beech Flats marks the approximate half-way point for this hike. From here the Road Prong Trail branches off to the left towards the Appalachian Trail at Indian Gap, roughly 2.4 miles away. The Road Prong Trail, which continues to follow the stream of the same name, is one of the oldest trails in the Smokies. In the 18th and 19th centuries this ancient path was commonly known as the Indian Gap Trail.

Bikers

Various and sundry types of bikes on the trail.

Resting Place

A place available to rest along the trail.

Horse riders, and covered wagon procession near Benton, Ohio.

Morning Ride

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Bikers at Crescent Bend Nature Park, Schertz, Texas

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Path to Grandeur

Hiking Trail of the Valley of the Five Lakes Trail

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I haven’t had a chance to go out and photograph all the harbingers of Spring, so I am posting this photo I took beside a walking trail, three weeks ago. Needless to say those flowers were later covered by at least two or three snowfalls!

Out for a Stroll

Table Rock Lake Shore Trail

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Day 318

THE BIRDWATCHER TIPTOEING ALONG THE TRAIL!