Moses Point Cove to Appleton Cove

We spent a leisurely morning in Moses Point Cove.  We went back to the Lake Eva trail and walked about half of it.  This time I had a camera so I’m going to bore you with my pictures.  First, here is Madeline in the cove as we were leaving.

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As we rounded the point into the next cove, there was a pile of rocks that the seals seemed to like.

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When we started the hike, we went to the lagoon for a look and found our favorite kingfisher!

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There were lots of big trees covered with moss near the lagoon.

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As we walked further into the woods, we saw something bright orange in the distance.  It turned out to be tree fungus with the sunlight shining on it.  It looked much better in person than in the picture.

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I continued to be amazed at how pretty these woods were.  I guess it’s been a while since I’ve been hiking in the woods.

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We saw tons of these squirrel holes around the bottoms of the trees.  They were covered in the little pieces of pine cone the squirrels were eating.

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When we popped out of the woods and back to the beach, someone was watching us.

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This is the way you want to find  you dinghy when you return from a hike!  It was a breeze compared to yesterday to get back to the boat.

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After eating some lunch we’re going to pull anchor and head to Appleton Cove.  It’s a quick ride, only 11 miles, so it will be an easy day.  Since I have such a great signal right now, I’m going to go ahead and post this before we even leave for Appleton Cove.  We’ll get there in the next post.


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