SPRING: NO BETTER TIME TO TAKE A HIKEThe transition times of the year, the beginning of spring or the cooling of autumn, seem to draw the citizen of the Place Under The Pine to the woods. This is the time when exciting things are happening in nature.
Spring: the melting of the snow, the return of the birds, the budding of leaves.
Fall: the frosting of the ground, the migration of the birds south, the falling of the leaves.
It seems to be the water that attract the younger citizens. Every time they come home from a springtime walk in the woods their little rubber boots are holding water.
It does not seem to matter if there are ice chunks floating down the creeks they still get wet - and do not complain about being cold afterwards.
And the deeper the water the better, obviously.
Doesn't falling water bring a smile to your face too?
They are like little beavers. The goal is often to build a dam across any flow of water.