out of order...sorry
We made a trip to the Chaumont Barrens recently. "Chaumont Barrens Preserve is one of the last and finest examples of alvar grasslands in the world, and is a link in the chain of North American alvars forming and arc from Jefferson County through Ontario, and all the way to northern Michigan. Alvar barrens are highly unique, prairie-like landscapes that rest atop a foundation of limestone bedrock." Info found here!
Here we are eating a lunch before we hit the trail.
The trail head.
Right now we have all the gumption in the world!!
Margie and her walking stick. That walking stick was so she "could bop a bear on the head". Emmy kept very close while Margie had that stick!
My girls on what was left from a glacier!!
Beautiful old forest.
Look, a fissure!
LOTS of rock holes!!! Yes some enough in which you could lose a child...not forever....just until you pulled them out again.
She finally did get tired of that big walking stick and we were thankful because after she handed it over our pace picked up quite a bit. Someone had to mention a fox! As soon as she heard that she searched for a stick. This is the one she found and with this she was going to "smack a fox with it". :)