Sunday, September 5, 2010

Cradle of Forestry

Here is where America's school of Forestry began. We followed the Forest Festival trail, which has wonderful little places for children to have adventures along the way. And on the way home, we took a peek at Looking Glass Waterfall.



“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” John Muir

7 comments:

Blessed Rain said...

Love the photos! Looks like a wonderful day in the great outdoors!

Frivolitea said...

Those are beautiful photos!

Plain and Joyful Living said...

Just beautiful!

Ana CrisTINA said...

wow
this place is amazing and looks like you all had such a great time
i love the leaf in a heart shape

beautiful shots
have a great week

Bec said...

that looks like such a great place to explore. Just cam across your blog and think I will need to come back when I have more time to really appreciate the beautiful photos and words you have here!

Heather said...

Looks like a very special way to spend time out of doors

earthboysblog said...

I think our children would get along so well together. Your adventures are so similar to ours.. Enjoy them! We are in Bayfield, CO at the moment. We recently enjoyed a lovely time out in the mountains. Heading to Durango in a couple of days. My sons would have loved seeing all those locomotives...