The Final Leg of our Bike Ride through Dogwood Canyon.
Crossing the Arkansas Border…
Another Waterfall at the End of the Trail…
Full of Golden Rainbow Trout!!!!
Seeing the Golden Rainbow Trout was a real treat for me! I’d never seen one before and was happily snapping picture after picture. The one on the left is my favorite photo of these beautiful fish.
“…Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.”
Matthew 4 :18
Categories: Animals, Biking, Dogwood Canyon
Tags: Animals, Biking, Christianity, Creation, Dogwood Canyon Nature Park, Fish, Golden Rainbow Trout, Nature, Photography, Waterfall
The Path through Dogwood Canyon continues…
This week’s photos highlight a little chapel, located at the beginning of the trail just on the other side of last week’s covered bridge.
After the chapel, we rode our bikes past waterfalls, over bridges and close to dogwood trees.
Don’t forget to check out next week’s BLOG for the FINAL LEG OF OUR JOURNEY…WILDLIFE!
NOTE: My husband, Dan, took most of these pictures as I am too busy having fun riding my bike through the park.
- A little chapel with a huge window at the front, framing a waterfall.
We chose to bike through the canyon.
Dogwood Canyon is full of beautiful bridges.
Another beautiful bridge…
Waterfalls in the creek
Waterfalls flowing off the cliffs
“O LORD, how great are thy works!”
My first trip since moving from California to Missouri…
Just this week, my husband and I were blessed to have visited Dogwood Canyon Nature Park, located near Branson, Missouri.
What a peaceful place! We decided to bike through the canyon along a trail that followed a stream chock full of trout with waterfalls both in the water and cascading down the cliffs, which bordered the stream. And…Dogwood trees were scattered all along the creek’s edge.
Today’s pictures are of an old Grist Mill, turned into a museum and restaurant. And, a covered bridge, which began the first leg of our journey. Both of these structures added to the charm of the park.
Truthfully, this canyon made me feel as if I were back home in Yosemite Valley (minus the high granite cliffs)—It was that serene.
I’ll be blogging about this adventure over the next several weeks. You won’t want to miss the end of the trail…I was so surprised by a little bit of wildlife that I had never seen before.
For more information about Dogwood Canyon Nature Park visit their website at http://www.dogwoodcanyon.org/