I love seeing this “tree foot” on the trail at Nickerson State Park in Brewster. It always brings a smile to my face. It reminds me of a huge animal but I can only see the bottom of its leg and its foot.
Have you ever seen this foot? Pretty cool, don’t you think?
The Upper Boat Meadow Trail is such a pretty hike any time of the year, but especially in the fall. The colors were so pretty. It’s a fairly wide trail so it’s easy to hike and only about a mile long. (Click on blog link for other photos.)
I loved this photograph with the vibrant fall colored leaves on the ground. So pretty, don’t you think?
Have you ever hiked this trail?
We took a nice hike on the Beech Forest Trail yesterday morning and were surprised that the fall colors along the trail were so pretty and vibrant. Fall is still hanging around a bit longer…
I’m sure most of you who have hiked the Nauset Marsh Trail by the Visitor’s Center in Eastham have walked by this bench and marveled at the view out onto Nauset Marsh.
It doesn’t get much prettier!
You can still see the beautiful deep blue Chicory wildflowers blooming along the roads, trails and out in the meadows. I took this photograph at Fort Hill.
A couple of interesting facts: The stemless flowers grow right on the stalk and each flower lasts only one day. I love the delicate stamen and pistils in the center.
Chicory blooms through October so you still have time to see it.