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day two – North Country Trail

trying to start the morning fire


After breakfast, the kids started to make a small fire, broken down camp and we headed out on the trail towards the Quaker Store.  We hit the re-route and I don’t see where it helped the existing trail that was previously there.  I would have rather walked through the slush wet trail than climbing over the mountain with slush on the trail. At one point we did decide to adventure down the hill in search of the old trail (which we never found, but did find the pickers).   The back section behind all the Quaker Cabins was a fun hike; we laughed, spit trail mix at each other and truly enjoyed the day.   We finally arrived at the Coon Run road and worked our way over to the Quaker Store (in search of a ride to Cain Hollow).  What a wonderful hiking trip and I am very proud of these two hikers that assisted me.  To learn more about the trip, follow the links to the pictures.


mushroom   bathroom in the middle of no where   Don't forget your TP


J backpacking   A backpacking   Mushrooms   jumping ahead


Along the Trail   through the rocks   almost there

2 responses

  1. What a cool hiking trip – except for the rain. I remember all it did was rain rain rain this past summer. So is Quaker in ASP? It seems funny to read North Country Trail referring to ASP – I think of North Country as the Adirondacks!

    5 January 2007 at 11:52 am

  2. We had all kinds of fun out there! Yes, Allegany State Park is spit up in to two sections! The Red House Area and Quaker Area!

    5 January 2007 at 5:39 pm

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