Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Watery Wednesday: Bull's Bridge/Appalachian Trail

We were hiking on the Bull's Bridge portion of the Appalachian Trail in Northwestern Connecticut. It was our first hike as a family and we did get a little turned around. The scenery, however, was stunning. To see more watery posts, please visit http://waterwednesday.blogspot.com.



13 comments:

Photo Cache said...

Tis the season for hiking while the weather doesn't really get too hot and humid.

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Thumbelina said...

Great shots. Love the second one. So much in that shot.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I bet the trail is beautiful in Connecticut. I've only hiked it in Maine in New Hampshire...and it's fabulous there!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice shots. Any hike with water involved would be right up my alley. :-)

Guy D said...

Excellent shots, I love how you framed the first one.

Cheers
Guy
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Will said...

Lovely mountain stream!

Ebie said...

Must be a fun family outing. Nice photos.

Litlit said...

Cool picture. Have a WW

mimi said...

awesome view of a river, it reminds me of our river back home. that was where i learned how to swim.

Regina said...

Good shots.

The Right Blue said...

Spring hikes are so enjoyable. I'll bet you saw a lot of birds, too.

Tarolino said...

Looks like a very beautiful river through those rusty handrails of the bridge. I bet it was a bit hard going but very interesting at the same time and this season when nature wakes up is just so wonderful to go out and explore.

Online Printing said...

Loved those photos! Nature inspired images are really great, I can never get enough of such beauty and inspiration. Thanks for sharing these :)