Leg 2, Blog 7

Published: October 7th 2009
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The leaf colors in Algonquin Provincial Park were really amazing. Neither of us had seen such a variety of brilliant reds and oranges and purples and yellows. They were luscious and delectable and delicious - a feast for the eyes. We spent two days of “Ohhh’s” and “Ahhh’s.”
We hope you appreciate the view from Booth Rock (first 2 photos). It was an hour and a half hike, a good bit of it uphill and a portion boggy and slippery; it ended with 167 high steps to the top of the rock. It was one of the 5 hikes listed as "difficult" in the Park literature. Everything considered, I’m kind of proud of that hike. Thanks, Trainer Kathy.
I’ve included some photos of photos from the Algonquin Museum.

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