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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Appalachian Trail - Part 2



With the temps hovering near 80 on Sunday, it was a blessing that most of the hike was through the green, lush trees.

We were able to see our little run in barn from the top of the hill. Our house is too shaded by trees to be visible.

We were told that once we got to the top, there is another trail that runs along the ridge, but that's a whole days hike. We'll have to try that another day, start out earlier!

To see more of our hike CLICK HERE

19 comments:

  1. The ballad is always nice (agréable).
    We are going with You...
    See You later...

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  2. That is a beautiful trail, really inviting for a walk! Lucky you for having such nice surroundings!

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  3. So, so beautiful. A few years ago we had a chance to see some of the Appalachian Trail, it is so beautiful. We've seen it in New York, Delaware, and Tennessee.

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  4. Great pictures, you have a great view from up there. I like the survey markers, never have seen them before.

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  5. Wow, Tanya...and all this is practically in your backyard? You've got your own Walton's Mountain to explore!

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  6. How lovely. I enjoyed my hike with you and your family. Very lovely pictures along the trail.

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  7. vous êtes les nouveaux aventuriers de l'arche perdue ;o). belle promenade, l'endroit semble superbe

    you are the new Raiders of the Lost Ark ;o). beautiful promenade, the place seems wonderful

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  8. really nice shot! I love that almost horizontal tree. I love walking trails too - this area has some beautiful ones right off major city areas - isn't that cool, lol.

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  9. Nice weather for October! Hope you had a nice hike!

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  10. I feel like I'm on the trail with you! You are so lucky to have this trail so close to home. A wonderful & peaceful way to spend time with your family!

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  11. Looks like it was a beautiful day!

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  12. hehehe
    Would the trail be wide enough for une vache to join you? ;-)

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  13. You are so lucky to have this all at your door! What a joy for your family :)

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  14. The best time of year for this kind of hike and a great day to do it!!

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  15. Isn't it nice walking through bush? It always smells fresh and invigorating. - Dave

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  16. I'm an amateur radio operator, and a group I'm with runs radio contests from the top of Mt Greylock, MA. The AT runs across the summit, and we often see hikers who are as curious about our activities as we are about theirs.

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