This weekend we decided to take a hike on the Pipeline trail. Scott had gone on this hike with a group earlier in the week while I was in class. We just love being out in nature and this trail was so beautiful. We spent about three hours hiking and enjoyed every minute of it. After we got up to the waterfall we enjoyed a nice picnic but wondered why we didn’t bring a bottle of wine to enjoy!! What were we thinking? Oh well, it was such a nice spot to just sit and chill and we soaked up all the natural beauty around us. I took lots of photos of interesting leaves and a few wildflowers to share with you. Next time we will have to take the good camera and see if we can get some better pictures than I can get with my iPhone. We passed a couple who had hired a guide to take them on this hike and they said that they had spotted a sloth and a small viper but we didn’t see much more than lot’s of birds. Those guides probably know exactly where to look for all the critters but we were just too busy soaking up all the flora and Fauna to spot any wildlife, maybe next time. There are so many trails to explore and we are really looking forward to seeing many more magical places as time goes by. We are still pinching ourselves and saying, “we live here!” What a wonderful Adventure we are on….
The pictures show up just as pretty as that pedi of yours! Fantastic! Always bring the wine 🙂
I like your enthusiasm about the wine….we will not forget it again! 🙂
Wow–great pictures–I love taking flower pictures and you got some very good specimens there. Looks like a great hike you had–keep the pictures coming—and by the way—ALWAYS take the “good” camera—!!! You never know what you will see and you don’t want to miss the opportunity to catch that amazing shot!!!
Thanks Carolee! Very good advise! We were nervous because it rains here when you least expect it and we’re not talkin’ California type rain!!! We didnt want to end up with a soaked camera but next time we’ll just bring a zip lock or something to put it in !
Holly, there will be a test naming all the new wild flowers. Chris
Why is it called the “pipeline” trail?