With all the recent rains, fighting illnesses, and Glenn's busy time at work, we haven't got out to hike as often as we would like, but we hit the 300 mile mark for the third year in a row when we hiked the Rogue River Greenway and Rivers Edge Trail at theValley of the Rogue State Park.
|Time for another hike!!|
|HIking along the Rogue River Greenway|
|Can you see the Blue Heron across the river? Rivers edge in front of the second tree acorss the river.|
|Beavers are still busy this time of year!|
After about a mile, the Rivers Edge Trail rejoins the Rogue River Greenway and heads outside the State Park boundaries and towards the town of Rogue River and Grants Pass. Today we hiked almost to Rogue River before turning around and retaracing out steps back to the rest stop and our car.
|Autumn leaves are gone, but still pretty.|
|One the many birdhouses along the Greenway|
|Scary beaver mile marker!|
|One of the carins along the Greenway|
The hardest part about today's hike was hiking next to the campground at the State Park and smelling the campfires, wishing we could join some folks at their campsite!! It was great to get out again and as mentioned earlier, to get to the 300 mile mark.
|300 MILES written out on the Greenway!!|
|The fast, high and murky Rogue River|
Glenn & Carol