Tuesday, October 23, 2012
After escaping the crowds at Bridge Day (I love watching the BASE jumpers, but then, so does everyone else), we went to Babcock State Park.
Amusingly, many many other people had the same idea, so by the time we left, the parking lot was overflowing.
Babcock State Park is famous for its grist mill–you’ve probably seen a picture of it.
You had a wait quite awhile to get a picture without people.
We walked along the road to the cabins, and were surprised to discover that the cabins at Babcock require a bit of a hike to reach–definitely not handicapped or elderly accessible, but gorgeous surroundings.