So anyways, I has to tell you a funny story about Washington Crossing State Park. Back when my old geezer sis Dixie used to hike, like 4 gabillion years ago, we both hiked at this park togedder. After the hike mom leaved us in the car with the winders half down, coz it be a nice day and not hawt enuff fur the cold air blower, and headed to the powdah room:
|The Powdah Room|
|A reconstrukshun of akshual events.|
So back to my hike. Furst we had to walk on this pawdestrian walkway into the park from the parking lot.
Wowser, no wonner they call it "Fall" - the leafs all fall down:
So we hiked on the Continental Lane. The pee-mail on the sign say this be where George Washington marched in the olden days after he crossed ofur the Delaware River by where we parked our car.
|Where George Washington's army marched.|
|Where George Washington's army crossed the Delaware River.|
|There woz lots of nekkid trees...|
|Sometimes little bits of color...|
|Sometimes lots of colors.|
|Here be a wildlife blind where you can spy on the wildlifes and they cannot see you.|
|No wildlifes inside.|
|No wildlifes outside either coz sumbuddy furgot to put the noms out.|
Then I had to stop and look both ways to cross the road to get to the udder park, the Ted Stiles Preserve.
|Hey, dussn't this belong in last week's hike?|
|Anudder pond but no ducks.|
|To get back to the car we had to hike on horse trails...|
|And a towpath by a canal with rood gooses wot honked at me.|
|Heading up Goat Hill afore the sunbeams is all gone.|
|I stick my tung out coz peeples be in my seeniks.|
(PEE ESS - Coz of Frankie's commenty all worried that we not be hiking all winter, no worries, we DO hike all winter. I MAKE mom hike all winter or she gets fat. But we HATE winter and nekkid trees so we will be counting the days till spring hiking.)