Right up at the top we emerged onto the flat surface of the Loree Forest, the top of the Manitoulin Formation where we could look back down over the valley we had climbed out of. This piece of rock was already looking like a small geological 'flowerpot' . Tomorrow, the rest of the hike.
A good hour and a half walk with a friend today on his 50 acres, as well as half an hour with the dog. But most of the day was a fine drizzly rain, another dark and gloomy late fall day. I'm approaching 3 blogging milestone for me that you might not even notice. I had my 10,000th comment just the other day, and I'm coming up to 200,000 'pageviews' according to Blogger. And sometime in January I'll do my 1000th post. Not much compared to some of you, but it amazes me how much you all support me, and how much I enjoy doing this. Take care.