My brother-in-law and I managed to get in a hike yesterday during this unseasonably mild weather. We hiked about 4.7 miles in a nice little park in Medfield, Massachusetts. The park is called Rocky Woods, and it has about six miles of hiking trails, several ponds, and a little bit of elevation gain.
Here are a few photos of our trek.
The most interesting thing we saw was near the start. There was a pond with a lot of beaver activity, including a number of downed trees.
The pond had a hint of mist or fog.
We spotted the beaver's home across the pond and walked around the pond to get closer. The beaver lodge was quite large, with a lot of mud in its walls.
This was a really nice little park for a small local park. It even had this partial view.
Can you see why the park is named "Rocky Woods?" I guess that this is a little gift from a glacier from thousands of years ago.
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