Crow’s Nest: Winter hiking is the best
We had many wonderful visitors to the preserve this past weekend, enjoying some mild weather to get outdoors. Winter hikers are a hardy sort, adventuresome friends and families. They usually wear boots and bring a change of shoes for when they get back in the car. They know the secrets of getting out in the winter—fewer bugs, less sweating, and a landscape revealed that cannot be seen in summer.
I have said before that one of may favorite parts of being a preserve manager is getting to share the preserve with others. I enjoy seeing folks using the preserve at any time of year and am always happy to open the visitor center barn if I am around, and talk with you about Natural Lands Trust and our work here.
Posted by Daniel Barringer on January 15, 2013.