Saturday, February 18, 2017
Busy day at Coopers Rock, what with it being freaking 70 F IN FEBRUARY.
Towards the gate:
Towards the I68:
We took it kinda easy today–my back has been sore from all the bending over and crouching I’ve been doing working on the chairs.
Location: Coopers Rock
Trails: Roadside, Reservoir Ski, Reservoir Trails
Distance: 3.7+ miles
Elevation: 2169-2364 feet
So we hiked the Reservoir Ski Trail to the reservoir and then around the reservoir, which brings me to this important question:
HOW DID I NOT KNOW THERE WERE BEAVERS AT COOPERS ROCK?
ADDENDUM the First:
To clarify for H J Gadiyar, check out the details of these pictures!
The larger tree is in the process of being gnawed down. But in the background to the left you can see a felled tree.
Here you can see the tell-tale v and ^ signs of the tree that fell to the left. But also you can see that the missing branches on the tree coming towards the camera have all been chewed and drug off once they were detached.