We did a just under 6km loop that had lots of the rain we received on Friday!
|An oddly placed shell in the middle of the trail|
|A hearty bridge with very, very high water running under it|
|Really old mans beard, we thought Gandalf's|
|The perfect to stop and have a snack|
There were a few rocks to try and cross this stream turned river, but they didn't do the trick. Greg tossed this old fallen tree into the mix and voila! A solution:
|Making excellent use of our surroundings|
|This is what we were crossing, hooray for fjording!|
|Lots and lots of mushrooms were growing out of |
trees in this neck of the woods.
We ran into a couple at the beginning of the trail, they mentioned we'd run into a waterfall at some point. After a hike mostly filled with doubts about a waterfall we found it near the end:
There are a number of trails within the Gully Lake trail system, I think we'll have to revisit...just not after a huge rainstorm.