Hmmm....next time we'll have to go right instead of left at one intersection.
They call it Mud Pond Preserve, but we came across more mud than pond! We did hear frogs croaking the entire time though. That was cool.
The trail was beautifully done and maintained.
There were bridges
I read that it is a 'rare acidic lake' and a 'peat bog' and there's a 'blueberry bog thicket'. Not sure what that all means, but maybe you do?
Overall, we had a good time, enjoyed the 60 degree morning temps, and saw some new stuff.
Oreo did great, and even handled the parking lot with very minimal freakishness. It may not have been as picturesque as yesterday's park, but this one felt more like a hike than a stroll, which I kind of liked. Although, I was a little concerned about running into bears!
We'll try it again sometime.