Woods Country Cove

Friday, November 17, 2017

Walking The Back 40

Taking a nice walk in the back 40 on a nice fall morning with Miggs before we get tons of rain over night and into tomorrow . I do love this area .

         This  forest area is just behind our house and the field is both behind and beside our house .

 This path goes all the way around the forest and field . It makes for a lovely place to walk, bird watch explore and enjoy what nature has to offer and of course photograph  .

 Most of our trees in the valley are bare now but there are a lot of lovely golds , greys , browns, reds and even some greens still all mixed together out here  .

 Deep in the back of the tree line below the top of the valley is our Otter river a bridge and a dead end road that travels deep in the forest  to the left of the photo . I would have pics this time of the river  but since they tore down the  100+ year old bridge and rebuilt a panel bridge there  a year or two ago they haven't put  a walk way along the bridge and the grates of the bridge are to wide for dogs and animals to cross . I have written to our local paper about it , still waiting for the county and municipality to wake up and put in a solid walk over ,  so I cant take Miggs with me and well.. she is my walking buddy so I  wont be going over the bridge any time soon . So this this lovely area is where we like to walk more now . 

                                                                   Until next time .
                                                                                    Country Gal


William Kendall said...

Wonderful shots, and they feel very much like late autumn.

Linda said...

Beautiful scenery on your walk, too bad about the new bridge. Perhaps they will come to their senses

Anvilcloud said...

Pretty nice scene for the bleak month: good sky, green grass, yellow crops.

Pamela Gordon said...

You have a beautiful place to go walking with Miggs! I hope they add some boards to the bridge so people can walk over safely (and dogs!). Have a nice week!

Kelly @ Homespuns 'n Hayfields said...

What a beautiful place to walk, it looks so peaceful. That is a shame about the bridge, hopefully they fix it for all to enjoy.