This is the visual guide to my hiking trip. My friend David R. invited me to go hiking with him in a place called Pontiac Trails. It's a nice sized park near Clarkston. We
left to go hiking after I got off work, and stopped to pick up my friend Eric. We got there at around 7:00, which didn't leave us much light to go hiking, but we still had a
lot of fun. Although we were only out there for about an hour and a half. I snapped several pictures, here are some of my favorites.
Here is a meadow I saw while walking. The picture doesn't do it justice, as the lighting was much better in real life.
Here are two pictures of the skyline from atop a steep hill. The leaves they are a turning!
This is a picture from the bottom of the hill looking up. Now it may seem small, but let me assure you it was no picnic. Going down was quite dangerous because the sandy
ground gave way often. And going up really winded me. You can't really tell how steep it truly is from this picture, but trust me, it's steep! You can get a scale of how big
it is from my two friends (Dave & Eric) sitting on top of the hill. They're hard to see, but they're there.
This is a panoramic set of pictures of a swamp.
And here is the same set of pictures merged together. They didn't combine very well, but then it's not like I had a tripod or anything!
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