Come on along on my hike with Angel.
They encourage us to take advantage of all that GSP (Garner State Park) has to offer, especially the hiking trails. That’s what we did today. We started out on the Wild Horse Creek Trail. It is the green one starting from the Shady Meadows Area where I am parked. Part of it runs next to US 83 and then connects with the Old Entrance Road, where it ends at the Park road which takes me back to Shady Meadows. I’m not too crazy about hiking alone, so I took the Park Radio. just in case. I forgot my camera, but I took a lot of pictures with my phone.
When we started out, it was a bit chilly, so Angel is sporting her new sweater.
So here goes, hope you enjoy the hike.
Not too bad to start, then loose rocks, it’s getting steep.
Still climbing, Oh, there’s the Highway.
That’s still the highway over there. I know the Old Entrance Road is here.
Where is it? and It’s getting warm. Let me have that sweater!
Hey, Angel, look at this caterpillar. What are you growling at? It’s only a lizard.
Can you find it? It’s hard to see, but really it is there and it moves fast.
Now where is that Look Out Point? I need to rest. and water.
Yea, you too!
Just to prove we were there. Hey, you can see home, way down there.
We are half way there. The rest is all downhill.
It’s steep! Big rocks! Pretty flowers!
It sure is a long way!
At the end of the trail, but we still have a way to go to get home.
Oh,Look, Angel we have our Park Host Sign.
I must be official now.
Thanks for the company, I hope you enjoyed the hike.
Thanks for visiting
Susan and Angel