Fall Creek Trail
March 22, 1981
Eight of us were optomists about the weather and we were right,
hardly a drop fell.
Everyone finished in good shape, with only one stop to patch up toes.
We found lots of thick ground cover and moss, a few trilliums, and a
“tree limb Iguana” sunning on a rock ledge by the Jones trail.
We stopped at the cave, and a scientific discussion concluded that it really
was used by Indians when we found chips of Obsidian scattered about.
For all of us it was the first time to hike the entire trail since the new
section was opened.
Dot, how could you lose that trail?
Hikers were John Cecil, Bernie Claypool, Bob Foster, Wilbur Groner, Lee Hatch,
Dot Leland, Kathy Ryan, and leader Betty Legris.