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Busiek State Forest and Wildlife area
At The End Of The Hike – The temperature was in the 80s, and I had just finished my hike with 920′ of elevation gain, so I’m allowed to look a little sweaty. 4 pictures
Dry Falls – We’ve never seen more than a trickle pouring over these falls. They obviously run well when it rains, even if only briefly.
Twin Trunks – I loved the way the light caught these two trees on either side of the creek bed.
Woods Fork – Busiek State Forest and Wildlife Area. 2 pictures
Day Hike on the Busiek Yellow Trail. Today we decided to take one of the easier trails, and spend a bit of time looking around. Two-minute read, 30 pictures
Woods Fork, Busiek. Just below the bridge by the east parking Lot. 2 pictures
Creek Crossing. There are a total of five places where you have to cross Woods Fork. 3 pictures
Snack Break. We stopped at the Woods Fork crossing to have a quick break. 4 pictures
Ginger crossing Woods Fork, and a couple of views of the ridge to the south. 3 pictures
Decimation. The lower ground alongside the creek took quite a beating during the recent rain and this area must have looked very impressive when Woods Fork flooded. 3 pictures