A Hike Along Daddys Creek

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

In early November, during a visit from Betsy’s son Mark, we went on a hike with Mark and Robin along Daddys Creek here in the Glade. The trail is one of several in our area, and this trail descends into a gulch and follows the creek bed for some distance. The total distance of the hike on this trail is just under two miles.

We didn’t have much autumn color in our area this past year, but there were still some evidences of color along the creek.

Daddys Creek is shallow, but fairly wide. The water is crystal clear and we could easily see the rocks on the bottom.

In areas where the gulch widen we were treated to beautiful reflections in the quiet waters of the stream. All in all it was a beautiful hike which we hope to do again in other seasons of the year.

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7 Responses to “A Hike Along Daddys Creek”

  1. Suz Says:

    That looks like a fabulous creek to walk along, or in the summer to walk IN. Great photos.

  2. Betsy Says:

    That was such a fun hike along the creek –and it was great to be with Mark and Robin…. Awesome pictures bringing out the colors perfectly!
    Love,
    Wifey

  3. rhiebert Says:

    You certainly captured true beauty along there.

  4. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    So peaceful and lovely! My favorite is the last one with the pretty reflections. I like that it is so shallow, it would be so fun looking for things on the bottom.

  5. diane Says:

    It does look a beautiful place to hike. You are lucky to still be able to hike. Bill finds it to much these days.

  6. Jeevan Says:

    Such beautiful and colourful capture on the trail and quite awesome reflection to watch! Glad you all enjoyed the hike

  7. Sartenada Says:

    Hello George.

    I love your hike with gorgeous photos. Sceneries are beautiful and colorful. Thank you.

    Have a good day!

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