|Looking from Bald Mtn toward Mt. Lafayette|
|The view of Cannon Cliff from Eagle Pass, along the Greenleaf Trail|
|What looks to be a recent slide near Eagle Pass.|
Sunday Karin dropped me off at the North Twin Trail, where I would climb North Twin and later decided to take the spur trail over to South Twin Mountain. The three river crossing were not an issue as water level in the Little River were modest at best.
|Near the first river crossing along the North Twin Trail|
|North and Middle Sugarloaf Mountians, I recall great views from each,|
when we climbed them back in 2010
|Looking toward the presidential range from S. Twin|
|Back toward North Twin from South Twin|
|Mt. Garfield with it's "shark- tooth's" profile.|
|Another look at the Presidetial Range from just north of N. Twin|
|Mts. Tom, Field and Willey|
|This metal rim was along the trail, the tree must have grown through it many years ago.|
|This precariously balanced rock perched above the little river, I am not sur ehow long it |
has been there. But. I wondered if it was a result of Hurricane Irene?
While I didn't bring along the binoculars, I did bird by ear along the hike, the list: Species Count Turkey Vulture...1 Broad-winged Hawk...2 Red-tailed Hawk...1 Yellow-bellied Flycatcher...3 Blue-headed Vireo...3 Red-eyed Vireo...8 Common Raven...9 Red-breasted Nuthatch...3 Winter Wren...12 Golden-crowned Kinglet...5 Bicknell's Thrush...6 Swainson's Thrush...12 Hermit Thrush...4 American Robin...5 Ovenbird...4 American Redstart...2 Magnolia Warbler...4 Blackburnian Warbler...3 Blackpoll Warbler...15 Black-throated Blue Warbler...6 Yellow-rumped Warbler...15 Black-throated Green Warbler...8 White-throated Sparrow...8 Dark-eyed Junco...6 Purple Finch...1 Pine Siskin....10