After we left the Cummings Nature Center, we decided that we were ready for a little more hiking. I was still smarting a little over a remark that the receptionist at Cummings had made about me not being able to handle difficult trails. I'm fat. But, I do exercise, and I walk or garden most days of the week. I may not be the fastest walker, but, as long as I have my trusty trekking poles and stop and really look at what I'm walking past once in a while, I can usually get along quite well. She may have been right, I just didn't like the way she put it.
Anyway, we went right up the road to the Wesley Hill Reserve, and headed down the trail. What a beautiful woods this is. I have never seen a place where the woods are so thick, yet enough sun gets through that the ground is covered with grass.
Still, it was a lovely walk. I'm glad I went, and we plan to go back again, in the Fall, when the migrating birds fill the woods.