Ridley Creek State Park

Today started out as a beautiful Sunday morning. I woke up a tad too early for a weekend, but I decided to make the best of it and go for a bike ride at Ridley Creek State Park.

The photographs below were taken with my iPhone and fancied up with Instagram (how could I not…).  I’m not very comfortable taking my camera on my bike.  Crashing on your bike is one thing:  your skin will grow back and the road rash will heal, but, crashing with your camera is entirely different.  I’ll leave that one to the pros.

It’s been a little while since I rode my bike, so I kept my ride to a short 15 miles.  The park was beautiful this morning.  There were quite a few people and a random assortment of dogs enjoying the trails.

Sycamore Mills Dam

One of many old stone houses along the trail.  This used to be an old tenant house for the Sycamore Village Workers.  The house was built between 1785 and 1810.If you can’t tell, I’m in love with instragram!  Sometimes I have a hard time picking just one filter for my images.

Ok, enough Instagramed (is that even a word???) pictures .  Here are a few more images from a previous hiking trip to Ridley Creek State Park. 

There were wild raspberries EVERYWHERE!

Abstract water reflections of the trees and sky.

Hope everyone has a wonderful Labor Day!


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