Friday, November 25, 2016

End Of The Path?

I actually went back to explore the walkway I showed you yesterday and after climbing almost to the top of the side of the ravine I came upon this. I was thinking how odd it was to end the path at a big tree but when I looked closer there were some small stone steps going around the roots of the tree and leading to some more steps which took me up to the top. I'll show what was up there on Sunday!

19 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Well how intriguing Pat! Can't wait to see. Happy weekend.

Andy said...

The tree is protected by Toronto's bylaws. :)

Karl Demetz said...

We have here many similar situations, Pat.

Mike@Bit About Britain said...

Intriguing - and a lovely spot!

Sharon Anck said...

I can't wait to see what was there. This reminded me of the time David and I were 4-wheeling in the woods in northern Arizona and we were on a very narrow, two-tire-tracks kind of road and all of a sudden it just ended. No warning, there were just no more tracks, just trees. We had to do some careful maneuvering to get his truck turned around so we could go back the way we came.

Tom said...

...years ago the tree was so much smaller.

Taken For Granted said...

That is a most forbidding obstacle on that path. How odd the path was built just here. WIll look forward to seeing the top on Sunday. Have a great weekend.

Christine said...

Oh good! There's more to see!

bill burke said...

I was thinking it was a dead end. Now it's on to the top, I look forward to Sunday's mighty climb and discovery.
Have a wonderful weekend.

Silver Willow said...

Nature has a mind of its own, for sure. :)

Lowell said...

I was going to say all good things must end, but now I'm not sure. I shall wait to see what you found around the tree via the stones!

Catalyst said...

This has become a very intriguing hike.

William Kendall said...

Who'd have thought? Terrific shot!

Revrunner said...

Sure, why not? Everyone needs a tree directly in their path. :-)

Gosia k said...

lovely fall

krishna said...

In LA ,Southern California, there is one bridge, named "bridge to nowhere". After a strenuous hiking you will reach the bridge. And the bridge ends up to a huge mountain, you cannot cross it. :)

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Cloudia said...

You sure are building the suspense, Pat!

Karen S. said...

Oh goodness now this post makes a lot of sense to me! I'm coming from where you ended! Very nice area indeed!

Jack said...

The trailblazers forgot that trees have a habit of growing.