We did see a Great Blue Heron who seemed engrossed in the thought of finding dinner -- until he took off in flight when he heard us approach. We also saw evidence of a homeless person's abandoned camp. Hopefully the person was able to find drier and warmer -- and safer -- accommodations,
Below on the right: Evidence of a homeless person's camping site.
Below left and right: Evidence of the mill's by-gone days on the opposite side of the creek.
Above and below: Two other spots in the woods that seemed to be have sheltered homeless individuals at sometime in the recent past.
By Emily Dickinson
Who occupies this House?
A Stranger I must judge
Since No one know His Circumstance –
At the right: Back on the mill side of the creek at the newly renovated Woolen Mills. I wrote about the mill in a past post, HERE.