Hiking Team: Dave Miller, Rosie Miller
Date: July 30, 2020
We hiked 2.6 miles on this out and back primitive trail through woods, fields and ending at a observation platform and information marker at the headwater creek location (Photo#2). At this spot from this humble beginning the creek becomes larger and travels 80 miles emptying into the Scioto River. We saw turtles, many birds, a very small birds’ nest (Photo#3) and many tiny gnomes & fairy statues placed along the trail. Cone flowers and other beautiful wildflowers were in bloom. No other hikers were on the trail, so it seemed very isolated with the random smell of skunk cabbage along the creek. This was my last hike before my bone marrow transplant in Columbus.