During a walk around Founder’s Way Point in Marsh Creek State Park, Chester County, PA, I took these images.
As you can see, this is a great area to both hike/walk or mountain bike!
It was another warm summer Sunday, and the kids needed to get out of the house and get some exercise.
We got our water bottles together, and I filled the back packs with them.
The three of us got in the car, and headed for the Dowlin Forge Road entrance of the Struble Trail.
Once there, we parked and gathered ourselves, and the started our walk, heading North.
Near the middle of the big long curve (2.0 mile marker), there was an older couple, looking into the creek with great excitement.
As we got closer, they called us over to take a look at the big Snapping turtle near the edge of the creek.
When we got there, and looked down the ten foot embankment, one could easily see a Snapping turtle who’s shell was easily 15 inches or longer.
The kids looked with some quiet excitement, and we continued on.
We found our little creek trail, darted into the woods, and then quickly found the cold water.
It felt so good!
While the kids played at the water edge, I setup my tripod, and did these images.
As you can see, the water level is VERY LOW!
We began to walk up the creek, following the land, an area we have walked numerous time before.
When we got near the Fishing Area, I was able to capture this wonderful image.
I have walked on and around this tree many a times, but have never seen it like this!
So it goes without saying, we need some rain, and these pictures do show it!
Eventually, we got back on the wooded trail, and on to the paved section heading to the Parking Lot.
Dinner and Bed, soon to follow.
“Good Night Moon!”