Saturday, January 19, 2008

Buckhorn Island State Park in January



Here are some views of Buckhorn Island State Park in January. It was a very warm day, but walking was a bit treacherous, with much of the path being covered by water, snow, and ice. Buckhorn is a wetland that was restored, and much of it is very swampy.
It was quite an adventure to get through the worst of the path, and I fell only one time, which caused a little injury to my dignity.
Once I got to the bike path, walking became much easier!

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