Sunday, September 27, 2015

Walk in the Woods?

First we saw the movie (not great but OK) and then we got motivated and headed to the same mountains.  Weather held beautifully until our day to go home!




Some of the trees were slowly changing, but only one type.


We did take a few of the trails but walked less than five miles. I wanted to get back early to shower and dress for dinner!



There is something so healthy about crisp mountain fall air!

10 comments:

barbara judge said...

What a beautiful area to enjoy your walk. And a perfect weather-wise day! -- barbara

kenju said...

Read the book - is is much better than the movie.

Linda Reeder said...

I read the book a long time ago. Enjoyed it. We hiked a bit of the Appalachian Trail on the Penn/NY border a couple of years age. just so we could say we did it.

Linda Reeder said...

I read the book a long time ago. Enjoyed it. We hiked a bit of the Appalachian Trail on the Penn/NY border a couple of years age. just so we could say we did it.

Linda Reeder said...

I read the book a long time ago. Enjoyed it. We hiked a bit of the Appalachian Trail on the Penn/NY border a couple of years age. just so we could say we did it.

Red said...

Autumn is one of the best times to do a road trip. You'll have to do another road trip once the leaves have turned color.

messymimi said...

It looks like a great place to visit and revisit.

Jenny Woolf said...

And so energising about those brightly coloured leaves!

Celia said...

What a wonderful walk. This is my favorite time of year. I got to spend Saturday traveling through the Umatilla forest to Lake Wallowa for the day. Mostly it was the aspen, alder, and tamarack that are beginning to turn. Hope to go back soon.

ellen abbott said...

no woods around here to walk in, one of the things I regret about buying this place.