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.