I thought the ferns looked so nice against all the dead leaves. Ferns look so fragile and yet they don't die in winter.
Boys will be boys. I caught Terry poking Bea on her right shoulder (trying to be tricky). She was trying to look at something on the ground. It's really nice having daughter-in-laws. They now share the teasing with me, I don't bear it all alone.
Terrence insisted that we were following a trail. I had visions of search and rescue coming up in the middle of the night. We found plenty of evidence that something had walked on our path and it wasn't horses either.
Well, I suppose it was a trail at some point.
Moss and other strange growing things. This time of year the moss grows really well. We are actually considered to be living in a rain forest.
We're nearly at the top. Time for some posing. I snapped about 100 pictures on this hike and only on a few are the people posing are behaving themselves.
Like a said, only on a few pictures were people behaving themselves.
At some point. Terry found this natural Velcro ball and attached it to Bea's sleeve. He thought he was pretty funny.
Then, we caught him with this walking stick. Note the pink survey flag attached. Such a Kook.
Bea attached a few Velcro balls to Terry along the way.
Luckily we didn't need search and rescue. We came back down the mountain on a completely different route. It was all good. We spotted their house. Only a retaining wall to hop over and we were back on their street.
We had a great day. Later we rented the video RV and watched that with the kids. If you haven't seen it yet, it really is quite fun and clean.
Today, its back to reality. Bill paying day and organizing a busy week. I'm off for my 30 minute walk. Have a really nice day, my friends.