Sunday, October 23, 2011

A Walk In The Woods



This is a newly restored Savannah area with some nice hiking and equestrian trails to enjoy through the woods also. Since it is fun to walk in the crisp leaves lets try a path that during summer we would have to spray to keep the ticks and flying insects away.Our guide of course will be a tiny dog named, Lily.








 I liked how this bent sapling framed out the next bridge. This trail works through some pretty rugged area with lots of climbs up to the next ridge.




Hmmmmmm I think we should go right

These mushrooms almost looked like they were made of stone.


A broken heart, I hope not




 Phew, two hours and I am almost out of water.

 Look here comes a flying dog!

Hope you had a good time, I plan on coming back soon.

21 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures, Steve. You know that dog has my heart!

    What pretty fall leaves, too.

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  2. Great Hike! Wish I was with you! Wonderful portrait of this restored Savannah. Thanks.

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  3. There is no happier being on earth than a dog out for a walk!

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  4. The leaves are still very pretty in this area -- most of ours never really turned color (in town, they did, but not out in the country.)

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  5. Oooh gosh...your dog is so cute! Another group of fun pics.

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  6. There's still some color around. Looks like a beautiful spot for a walk. Love those little bridges.The bottom pics look like a nice place for a hayride.. Love your little dog running....Take care Steve.

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  7. thank you for taking us along on your wonderful walk.

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  8. I was just out walking today (as well as yesterday) looking at the gorgeous Autumn colors and wishing I had a camera in hand. Good for you, Steve! You are an inspiration! Beautiful photos!
    Corine :D
    PS The mushrooms really do look like rocks!

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  9. very much enjoyed this hike puff puff!


    Aloha from Waikiki;

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  10. Lily was an excellent guide. I thoroughly enjoyed the walk but boy am I exhausted :)

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  11. Oh thank you Lily! I loved this walk...and needed it dearly! Now...does Steve want to make us some of that Italian food??
    :)

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  12. Hahaa...Miss Lily is sure Busy!
    Have a great day!
    hughugs

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  13. Great walk, Steve. The arrangement of the limbs in that first tree will make it beautiful even when its leaves are gone. You ended with the perfect picture...the flying dog. Always makes me smile.

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  14. That was a great nature walk you took us on Steve, and Lily also makes a wonderful tour guide. I look forward to the next one.

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  15. Great serie, Steve.
    Lily is a good guide You had certainly a pleasant walk.

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  16. Whew, Steve, I sure felt exhausted after that walk and thanks to you and Lily for getting it in for me - feel better already :-)

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  17. Thank you I have to count on you for my nature walks so they are much appreciated. I thought that sapling was part of the bridge until I read, good photo.

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