I realized that I never posted accounts of two short hikes that I took back in early October when I was in Maine. Near the end of our trip to the Pine Tree State, we went to one of our favorite state parks, Wolf Neck Woods, and the next day, I took a little hike at the Maine Audubon Society's Mast Landing Preserve.
Wolf Neck Woods State Park is in Freeport, and is located at the black star:
We hiked the Casco Bay Trail along the bay, a short out and back.
The trail itself is mostly wooded. This park was a favorite of ours when we lived in Maine long ago.
The Maine Coast is pretty spectacular. The island is Goggins Island, and a pair of ospreys have nested on it for as long as I can remember.
On our last day in Maine, my wife wanted to return to LL Bean and some other stores, so I took a short hike while she was shopping. I went to Mast Landing Nature Preserve, located here at the black star.
I hiked a short circuit of a couple of miles, hiking through heavy woods.
These photos are typical of the forests at Mast Landing. I didn't see any wildlife other than a squirrel and a few small birds. But I enjoyed one last little trek in Maine before heading to Boston later that day.
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