This is southwesterly view of the herring run at Carter Beal Conservation Area
|Northeasterly view below|
Walking toward the little bridge to lead to the trail
|View from the bridge|
The floor of the forest was even showing Fall...tiny wild asters, and below an ancient house foundation
Sneaking through some brush along the trail, this beautiful sight was revealed.
More forest floor beauty, and a dormant ladyslipper
The air was redolent with the scent of wild Concord grapes and finally they revealed themselves over my head. Took me back to all the times I picked wild grapes and made jelly with my Mum.
This beautiful rock and reflection were visible from the bridge...the rock reminds me of a giant clam!
Back to the entrance.....
Old stone pillars at the entrance covered with English ivy and Autumn jasmine.
Hope you enjoyed this little tour.