We'll pick up our walk where yesterday's post ended, across from the big toboganning hill (and former ski jump) in Harrison Park. On the other side of the trail is a nice view down to the blue waters of the Sydenham river.
The river changes character quite a bit here as the water of the mill pond downstream is backed up to this point, becoming more tranquil.
Ahead, the trail was bordered by a large clump of American Beech as it disappeared into the woods. Many of the saplings here will keep their dry leaves over the winter.
In The meantime, they're a vivid yellow.
We paused for another picture and carried on.
It was a really well-maintained trail, plenty wide and smooth enough for the chariot. A Short distance beyond this we turned around and headed back. We will undoubtedly be back to follow this trail to the end.
You had a beautiful trail to follow. The river does create a great water feature. It is a beautiful day and I am so glad that you are out and about.ReplyDelete
So nice that you can out and about and enjoy the trails on you chariot . Loving the pictures.ReplyDelete
It's quite a pretty trail to follow, especially with those golden leaves.ReplyDelete
Pretty spot, well worth another visit.ReplyDelete
Great color on the trees and shadow on the trail.ReplyDelete
Will look forward to the next time as this time was so lovely.ReplyDelete
I looked up your area on google - what a great place to take a spin. Autumn in your area is the dream palette - browns, golds, greens, reds.ReplyDelete
Very pretty! Our colors have changed too.ReplyDelete
Beautiful place for a walk. Mrs FG has my sympathy - I've spend a lot of time chasing after that particular model of wheelchair!ReplyDelete
I think it's great many if not most public outdoor nature areas have re-done their pathways and facilities to make them wheelchair accessible. The new way of thinking has come a long way from years ago when wheelchair accessible was hardly even a thought.ReplyDelete
Hello, looks like a great spot for your outing. Beautiful colors and trees. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!ReplyDelete
Beautiful trail for you to meander along. We have to Beech trees and it is funny to see the yellow leaves until Spring when they are replaced by the new ones.ReplyDelete
Purdy. We're supposed to have some rain here in Tampa today. Already gloomy out there. As long as it clears up quick...I'm going on my first camping trip in fifty years...I'm not intimidated at all.ReplyDelete
You are getting some lovely weather and fall is my favorite time of year!ReplyDelete
Nice place for a walk. We have a wheelchair accessible route around Inland Lake here in Powell River. There is a crushed rock trail with bridges and boardwalks. It takes about two hours to make the circuit and there is a hut along the way plus places to get near the water. - MargyReplyDelete
Isn't that wonderful! YOu must be so happy out of the hospital!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty trail, good to see you getting out!ReplyDelete