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My Backyard, My Neighborhood

Puget Sound and Islands

Trip Report By

WTA Member

 

300 

Hiked Apr 6, 2020

Type of Hike

Day hike

Trail Conditions

Minor obstacles posing few problems

Road

Road suitable for all vehicles

Bugs

No bugs

Snow

Snow free

With a few writing projects to get done today, I opted for the stay-as-close-to-home-as-possible outside time with some laps around the block. Did you know 4 laps makes a mile?  Here's to 2 miles or getting to know my neighborhood better.

A right at the "trailhead" had me headed north but the trail soon took a right again in just a few yards towards the east and a lovely view of the Cascades. The skies were clearer than yesterday so Pilchuck, Three Fingers and Whitehorse were visible. I had to watch my step where the trail was a little rough as I crossed the alley but was soon on smooth ground again.

Lichen clung to wooden fence posts, flowers bloomed and wildlife sat in the sun near a parked car. I saw a few good water sources but didn't have the gear to access them. Also, there was evidence of recent trailwork but a few patches of overgrown grass in a neighbors yard were noticeable.

After an hour it was time to find the privy, thankfully I know where two are back at the trailhead.  :)

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