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hiking Wilburn Ridge








This is one of the hiking trails at Grayson Highlands State Park, Mouth of Wilson, Virginia .. called Wilburn Ridge. It goes through part of the Appalachian Trail. So fun. Such a gorgeous day on Monday June 15th which was the hubby's day off a fun camping trip. We got tons of exercise and can't wait to go again there. The temperatures there are so much cooler. Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, it is pretty scenery and views. I love the horses too. Great images from your hike. Have a happy Thursday!
Linda Kay said…
Beth, those animals are so beautiful! Glad you had a great time hiking and getting exercise!
TexWisGirl said…
beautiful day and sweet ponies!
Marco Luijken said…
Hello Beth,
Nice images.
Great piece of nature.

Many greetings,
Marco
Pamela Gordon said…
It looks beautiful there and nice to see the horses too.
William Kendall said…
A beautiful area, and the ponies are a friendly sight to see!
What a beautiful place, and the horses are gorgeous!
Ruth Hiebert said…
You have beautiful photos to remember the day.
Kay said…
What a beautiful place to hike! And seeing the ponies would be a very nice bonus!
We always enjoy visiting there.
Stephanie said…
Beautiful scenery!
Linda said…
Beautiful horses! I remember that area... very pretty!
Hula La said…
Hello Beth,
It's been awhile since I've been in blogland...but I'm happy to see that you are still getting around. Great shots, as usual! Aloha
Debbie said…
Pretty ground cover with the horses!!!!!
Rose said…
What a great place to go hiking!
Ida said…
What a pretty trail and some nice looking horses too.

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