Saturday, October 27, 2007

Cranberry Trail (6) - Long Walk Home



A young person walking 5.4km along the Cranberry Trail to get back to their ride after cranberry picking and viewing Lake Nipissing.

12 comments:

FĂ©nix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Any bears in that area? In some areas of the Greater Boston black bears have been spotted near biking/snowmobiling paths (and, in semi rural areas, people's gardens too!).

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Pretty fall scene. I love the girl's braids. Wish I could walk down that trail to the cranberry bog! :-D

Kate said...

That's a long walk! But a beautiful one, as long as there are no bears!!

Rambling Round said...

The long and winding road...makes a nice walk.

Annie said...

I took a long walk sort of like that one yesterday - in the wilds of the Little Rock streets full of traffic. Of course, I had to watch out for cars rather than for bears.

Neva said...

The first thing I noticed were the girl's braids!!! Very nice photo. NO, I would not want to meet a bear either!!

Denton said...

It looks cold. She is keeping her hands inside the sleeves on her coat.

Vie Lipowski said...

Quite a long walk.
But with a view surrounding, you don't feel it.
I always love to see winding road like this.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Sur indeed a long walk home wow!!!
....and an older person than? How long would they walk?

I rememeber that we hiked on lot's of trails while walking in Costa Rica, with some rain and mud, can you imagine those trails?

Have a great day!

Gwen said...

Nice fall foliage and street trail. Is it snowing there?

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