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120819_Trip Report_Forest jaunt above the Sports Complex

Forest jaunt above the Sports Complex

Assembled and ready to start – photo: Chan


We had a larger turnout for this hike than we’ve had in many months, 23, as some who have been away are now back, plus one newcomer to our group, a Thai lady. I can recall 8 nationalities. Our youngest hiker was 7 years old, and I won’t tell you about the age of the oldest.

Let me catch my breath – photo – Janet


…….and take a drink – photo – Janet

We took about 5 hours to complete the hike, more than estimated, as we paused often to regroup and also stopped to eat along the trail before returning to the waterfall as some needed the energy to keep going.

On the trail – photo: Chan


Who leads ? – photo: Chan


Crossing the stream – photo – Janet


Trailside bloom – photo: Chan

Insect – photo – Janet

Many parts of the trail have high grass, the sort of thing to be expected during rainy season. And, yes, we did have a bit of light rain, but it felt good since the weather was quite warm and muggy at these low elevations. We were able to follow the trail, which we had marked in places with bits of a white plastic bag.

Late snack, early lunch – photo – Janet

By the time we reached the waterfall on the return, most had finished their pack lunches, but we spent a while there just resting and visiting. This was a lovely group to hike with, all helping and watching out for the others. We had one at the back to tell us when we needed to stop, and next time he should be given a whistle. Janet

Back at the waterfall – photo – Janet


At the waterfall – photo: Chan


What!………..is that a snake? – photo – Janet

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