Finally got down there. Walked approximately 4 miles out and back. I was feeling a bit tired and could feel it in my hips! Old much!
Skies were sunny-cloudy every 5 minutes I swear. You can see Martha's Vineyard from the path, kettle ponds, memorial benches. It must be really great in cooler weather.
a bit of whimsy a short distance from here
mile markers. from the end where we began we saw Mile 3 first then Mile 2 of course.
different views of Martha's Vineyard
Shaun David Creighton 1993
In Memory of Charlotte R and Joseph D Cohen
Maurice B Copeland Jr
D Thomas Clements
Lynne Fitzpatrick 1965-1994
Aelreda Flanders Dashkoff 1946 1992
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
" LIVE TO RIDE- RIDE TO LIVE"
11 8 1949- 9 29 1997
POND SHORELINE HABITAT PRESERVATION PROJECT
ENTRANCE TO BEACH
PLEASE WATCH YOUR STEP- LOW FENCING.
it is practically invisible yikes.
This plaque is a small replica of the 8'x4' memorial that crowns the 14,110 foot summit of the Pikes Peak in Colorado
Oyster pond- Trunk River- Vineyard Sound
migration of river herring
and the rest are just random scenery
last one is Quisset Beach association and the usual private beach rules- no dogs no rafts LOL
The first photo in the group is of bamboo. on our way back a landscaper was raking and admitted in a short conversation that they would be using poison on it to control it. I shuddered inside but nothing I can do. So stupid.
the last two of this group of photos are the ultimate in serenity AND I could hear a Prince-Frog call my name. :)
Bird sanctuary and a path that leads who knows where.
and last but not least this huge utility pole with a "stapled" pattern wow.