Recent springtime hike – May 2018
Notice the porcupine.
Just off Old Mining Road 3, Archbald, PA – June 2017
I haven’t been on a proper hike since July 29 and I’m starting to get the itch.
Field of gold – July 2017
It is easy to take for granted the amazing landscapes that the area I live in affords. Much of what I see during my short hikes would be jaw dropping to lifetime city dwellers. I need to keep reminding myself of that.
Not a dinosaur egg – July 2017
You have to wonder, though, what amount of water moving at what speed over what duration would it take to make this stone look like this? I’m no geologist but I’d say a lot, fast, and a fair amount of time geologically speaking.
Weeds – July 2017
Summertime hikes offer a completely different experience to early spring hikes. Most of this grass was only a few inches high in early spring, about a foot or so in June, and in this photo in late-July it is at least 3-feet high.
Turkey, Archbald, PA – July 2017
This young Jake wanted blood. He spotted me from about 50 yards away and decided to come investigate. I crouched behind a bush and got smaller and smaller to try not to intimidate him and he got within a single yard from me. I have it all on video.
Grass – July 2017
Quad trail – June 2017
Jurassic Park-like Turkey track – June 2017
Gravel pile, Archbald, PA – June 2017
Ed Staback Park, Archbald, PA, March 2016