Water in the Woods
There’s something extremely refreshing about a raging creek in the heart of a dense forest. The rush and gurgle of clean water gives one the mind that the health of the region is intact. It’s a pulse that feels free and its flow reassures you that the essence of our survival remains possible.
After the heavy rains we experienced, the trails are transformed by fallen trees. The streams became significant waterways and rock slides are common. These rains are important because they will protect against the threat of fire.