Ross Creek to Partridge Hill Hike

Twelve people came out on a warm summer day to hike the leafy trail along the Ross Creek. The moment we climbed over the stile, the landowner’s horses approached the fence, riven with curiosity.

The first part of the walk was along the creek, in a shady glen, over boardwalks and footbridges. The flowers in bloom here include Canada anemone and dogwood blossoms.

Along the way, we passed Walker’s Pond and a small beaver dam that was right next to the trail.

Leaving the creek, we followed the trail beside a field, and ended up at an architecturally-captivating hunter’s blind. A perfect setting for our group photo.

Thanks to Lee for leading and scouting the hike, to trail maintenance for clearing the trail, and to the landowners for their continuing generosity…as well as also helping to clear the trail. You can see all the photos on Flickr.

Where we’re going next.

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