Monday, 30 September 2013

Outside Adventures

When we first moved to Sudbury in June, we attempted a walk through the nearby conservation area. Well we didn't make it far in because of all the mosquitoes! A week ago we decided to go exploring there again since all the mosquitoes have disappeared. We walked all the way to the other end of the conservation area. The trees were gorgeous! Glimpses of red leaves were peeking out all over the place. It had rained the day before so the trail was a bit mucky and we encountered a snake, frog and a big fuzzy caterpillar.

Conservation Area

Birch trees are everywhere up here!

Conservation Area
Conservation Area

We passed a man walking with two dogs. Adam was using a walking stick and this dog kept nudging Adam's hand until he passed over the stick. Then the dog took off with it.

Conservation Area

Look at those red and orange colours peeking out!

Conservation Area

My recently dyed hair matched some of the trees.

Conservation Area
Conservation Area
Conservation Area
Conservation Area
Conservation Area

I would love to live in one of these houses at the end of the conservation area. It'd be nice to be so close to a gorgeous walking trail.

Conservation Area

After seeing all these trees turning colour at this conservation area, we're hoping to check out a couple more places in the next few weeks. One place on our to-do list is the French River. It's supposed to be gorgeous there!

It's only Monday, and I'm already dreaming about future weekend plans ^_^
xo Jen

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