Saturday, March 13, 2010

Continue to Walk with Me

Okay. We are back and let's charge up while exploring the nature.

To continue from a stone trail is not so special by the way, yet "the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step" from here; you are lucky to be with me.

Leaving the stone trail behind, we are now heading towards a rock hard pathway.

I was a little worry when Keke, my pet dog, was so excited sniffing and wandering around this place during his first hiking trip, but I bet you are alert enough to watch your step and cautious about the steep slope which is well covered up by the bushes on the right.

George, you may find this waterfall is so tiny as compared to your collections. It sings like a little baby, and yours sing like Pavarotti.

Obviously this little fan must have "MP3ed" those green melodies.

Hold on... Would like to show you some tropical mushrooms that mark the change in colour from green to brown of our trail. Don't you think there are so much distractions along the trail?

Are you looking for another rest? No problem. We can come back at anytime.

20 comments:

Kirigalpoththa said...

I love this trail!

Diane AZ said...

How enjoyable to walk along those pathways to the magical sound of water music.

eileeninmd said...

Another lovely walk on the trail. I enjoyed the walk and the photos.

George said...

You are a wonderful tour guide, showing us so many fascinating sights along the trail. I'm ready to go further up the trail.

Vigor said...

Love your site, love the nature.

Icy BC said...

I'm loving this series, rainfield..That's a very interesting trail with so many distractions on the way..

One thing you have to remember though that you're taking a bunch of bloggers with you, and we all have cameras...So there will be many rest stops :-)

The Retired One said...

I always like the mushrooms on trees when we go out in the north woods, too!

rainfield61 said...

Kirigalpoththa:
I love this trail too. I have a serious addict by now.

Diane:
A magical sound of water music marks one of my landmark.

eileeninmd:
I had a good harvest yesterday morning, I'll show later in the series, but not the next one. Stay tune.
The jungle looks beautiful and mysterious after rainfalls.

George:
Thank you for following me through. I am not alone.

Vigor:
Your won't be disappointed by the nature.

Icy:
I love the last portion of your comment.

"One thing you have to remember though that you're taking a bunch of bloggers with you, and we all have cameras...So there will be many rest stops"

I really love it.

The Retired One:
I got more than the mushrooms. I was such a happy man yesterday with a bag full of wonders.

Stay tune.

Sharodindu said...

really nice one...man i'm following it now

Kirigalpoththa said...

BTW Rainfield, I have tagged you :D

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I love taking these walking journeys with you through your wonderland of nature. Keep it up.

Cheryl said...

Whew...this was a climb!

Heather Dugan (Footsteps) said...

Terrific photos as usual. From the perspectives, I think you must crawl in the dirt a little like I do!

VanillaSeven said...

Great series rainfield :)

Ratty said...

Farther along the trail, and we discover even more wonders of nature. Such a great adventure!

Mei Teng said...

I went for a walk with friends at Federal Hill last sunday. An enjoyable evening exercise.

CH said...

Wow!! You have a terrific hike!

Glennis said...

A very interesting trail, with lots of strange things to look at and explore.

SquirrelQueen said...

I am having a great time on the trail, there is so much to see. You are a wonderful trail guide Rainfield.

DGF said...

I wanna do some trekking one day!