We took another hike to enjoy the fallness before it is gone as mentioned in Cookies, Cookies. It was a fun, full-of-Fall-color kind of hike! Add a few family members and friends and it made for a great day. We Wandered Indiana again and visited Mount St. Francis, used for retreats and such, it’s a great place to spend some time outdoors. We feasted on some beautiful sights.
There is nothing quite like a hike alongside water.
One of my favorite sights in the fall is the reflection of the colors on the water. It’s a double gift of brilliant hues.
The stillness and quiet, with the exception of crunching leaves under foor, is an art form all it’s own.
There were several of these along the hike. The yellow illuminated the endeavor of whoever built the stick formations.
There’s just nothing like hiking by water, especially in the fall of the year. So peaceful and picturesque.
And water still. Almost every branch of the main trail wound around the water.
Our group enjoyed exploring and walking in nearly perfect weather.
I just couldn’t help myself, camera in hand, as I attempted to capture the beauty that surrounded us.
This shot reminds me of a print that hung in our living room while growing up.
The hike had come to an end as we made our way back to our vehicles, however, the visiting continued. A good time spent with good folks.