“Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.”
After not hiking for several days, I got back on the trail on Thursday to see what I could see. And finally, I saw some pretty intense fall colors as I made my way around the Green Trail and up a rocky road to a shelter. Due to a busy week, not only have I not been out hiking, but I also did not get on my stationary bike as much as I would have liked. Needless to say, my legs felt out of sorts and I knew that I was moving a little slower than I usually do.
With that said, it did feel good to get the legs moving and to breathe in the crisp fall air. Today I did bring my decent camera with me so I was hoping to get some decent pictures that adequately represented the day. Although it wasn’t brilliantly sunny, as the sun set it keep peeking through the clouds offering me a pretty nice array of colors and shades within the clouds.
You brought my back 40 years (ouch) when I used to hike at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation. The picture with the cabin on the right is a view that I’ve seen before there, or very similar to one I have seen before. I have started walking again but am not ready to tackle strenuous walking yet. Following the doctor’s orders. But I love Pound Ridge Reservation. Keep sending photos from there.
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Ward Pound Ridge is my new favorite place to hike! By next summer we’ll be doing hikes together!