A Walk in the Woods, Part 2

So today, Porter and I walked Mullins Road in the other direction, to Tekene Junction. This section is a snowmobile trail, We reclaimed it for hiking, now that the sledding season is over. Easy walking, with stabilizers. Treacherous without.

We saw one Blue Heron, looking for open water. No activity at the Osprey nest next to Fish hole Pond.

Tekene Junction is impressive.

We checked out the two handicap accessible campsites in this area. I maintain the campsites for NYSDEC. As you can see, still buried in snow.

This part of Mullins Road is much drier. There are no beaver ponds, mud banks, or streams for Porter to get into. Which results in no clean up before he got back in the truck.

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