yesterday we climbed up the ancient indian mound from which you can see the autumn woods all around, and then hiked along the huge ancient rocks by the creek, and the dam/waterfall plunging down. there is nothing more tranquil than autumn trees reflected in water. snakes and other critters were out enjoying the quite warm day for this time of year. we hit the fungus motherlode. the log cabin is one they unearthed from the 1800s and are restoring. fortunately the county parks and trails levy passed by a slim margin, so they can continue to be funded. as usual, i’ll post this in several parts.