That said, we put in a new trail to connect the three trailheads on the property to make it easier for people to walk the trails in the future. On the following trail map the new trail cuts across close to the top.
With the exception of one spot the new trail is about 30 feet from the border line of the property. We wanted to show respect to the new homeowners and believe that once leaves are up you will not be able to see the house. Several posted signs were put up to help ensure we don't violate their space.
Here are some pictures.
|A posted sign has been placed at the entryway on Cty Rte 28. We put several signs at the edge of the property. Several near the boundary line to tell people not to walk on the new homeowners property.|
|After crossing the bridge, which Bill Dewey built last fall (Well Done Bill), the trail scoots to the left.|
|The emanator. You are looking back to the entry point(north). On the left a stone pile marks the emanator. Check it out when you visit and tell us what you think.|
|The old southern most trail facing(west) the house.|
|When I walked around I found these old stones (from 10 years ago?) that were at the side of a tree. I moved them and others onto the trees close to a trail. Stones leaning on the side of a tree are always a good sign you are in a power spot.|