Thursday, 29 September 2016

#2b Tupper Lake Trip; outdoor trails

#1 Tupper Lake Trip

#2a The Wild Center (indoors)

#2b The Wild Center Wild Walk (outdoors)

It was an epic weekend in the USA! 
On Saturday, after we had some lunch, we went outdoors to the outdoor adventure park.
It's called the Wild walk!

The Eagle's Nest 

Just an amazing structure!


This is the view from the Eagle's Nest!



On Sunday, we went back and did the walkabout down to the River Walk. The girls loved the rocks.
Erratics take their name from the Latin word errare, and these rocks are carried by glacial ice, often over distances of hundreds of kilometres. There are lots of information pieces along the way. I forget the type of rock.





Photo bomb! 

This lively group asked Caitlin to take their group photo. Caitlin obliged (JL had done the same thing for a couple on the spider web trampoline. ) She took their camera and took a position, while I ran in for a photo bomb! Caitlin mournfully called out, "MOM!" when she saw me there, but they all laughed and said, "No, stay!" The young man said, 'Good one!"and we high fived. The man in the hat, opposite me in the photo, shook my hand. It was really fun.
Isn't it fun when you can embarrass your kids?!

We left JL and the grandies, to go back and play on the spider web trampoline. We thought we'd revisit the center and walk about the property.
Here was our walk about the building. A lovely bridge. The pond floats right up to the window ledge in the center. The cement walkways have foliage prints in it. The fencing is made of individual branches.



Osprey nest!

6 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, great series of photos. I would like to take that wild walk. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

Denise inVA said...

That looks like a great place, loved all the photos.

Red said...

Your head must be spinning to see all this stuff. It looks like warm sunny weather.

Karen said...

I haven't been there in such a long time. Maybe I should renew that passport and get my daughter travelling with me again.

Debbie said...

Looks like great fun and an awesome nature spot!! Funny that we swapped countries for a few days!!

William Kendall said...

That looks like it was fun!