We followed our son and he took us over this bridge on the way.
Of course I had to have hubby stop the Jeep and get out and snap a few pics.
We parked our vehicles and hit the trails.
Don't you just love the names? I do!
We decided to walk Tuliptree Trail first.
The little girls did well overall. Big sister Annika did a lot of whining the farther
we walked, but I thought they did a great job because we walked over 3 miles.
This is what sweet Ainsley said to her mommy after picking up these two sticks.
Moss was everywhere you looked and it was great to see some green.
I tried to take photos of unique trees.
I think this is a shag bark tree?
A huge roll of barbed wire
Have you ever seen a camouflage tree? Pretty neat. We saw a few of these.
I wonder what little creatures have wandered in and out of here over the years.
This was the second trail we walked called Toadshade Trail.
I wanted to get a shot of how huge these trees look next to us.
These trees are just crazy
Son Nathan on a baby snake hunt. It wriggled away so I couldn't get a photo.
Contemplating the long walk ahead? lol
There were several trees with carvings on them along the river.
This sweetie did a lot of this...her legs could just hardly carry her.
This tree reminded me of an elephants foot! What do you think?