Shakh, Khaled, and I did our early-morning thing again and beat the rush, enjoying a rather quiet hike. Shakh picked this one for us, and it was easily a big win. It was a great length, tired you out, but didn’t kill you and had numerous fantastic views. While taking
Today’s adventure took us to Buttermilk Falls, and included a loop around both Crater Lake and Hemlock Lake. The road to Buttermilk Falls is closed now, so it adds another 1.5 miles each way to the trip from where you have to park. The falls are quite beautiful, providing a
The Life of the Forest Trail seemed like the perfect place to watch the sunset. I was fortunate to be the only one there and had the entire boardwalk area all to myself.
A short paved walk/ bike trail.
Pokomoke River State Park in Maryland has one small trail; The Trail of Change. It was an incredibly pleasant walk through the woods outlining the diverse ecosystems that possible in a small area just due to slight elevation changes.
My last hike of the day was back on the mainland starting behind the Assateague Island National Shortline visitors center; Rackcliff Plantation House. I enjoyed the trail itself, but is strange to see signs so casually grouping paid workers and slaves together in descriptions. It was history and needs to be