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Our Sunday Adventure

Today we decided to go to the Saratoga National Historical Park which is about 25 mins from our house & has beautiful views & a nice 4.3 mile hiking trail.

This is the beginning of the Wilkinson trail

As you can see the views are beautiful & it was all downhill!
How does this tree manage to survive?
Now the trail goes through the woods

Back into an open meadow
They really mean steep hill...........the trail goes down into a deep ravine & back up the other side!

Now we are going back up hill!

At this point I needed to p** ...if you look in the middle of this shot you can just see the visitor's center!
Still climbing the hill!
Finally back at the top
These two shots were taken from the tour road
This is the Hudson river


  1. The National Park Foundation has chosen the Saratoga National Historic Park for the first time as one of the 10 most photogenic places to see fall foliage this year.

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