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
When my husband and I decided to walk down the path of scripture memorization for the summer, we landed on the 119th Psalm–breaking it up into many sections. We just completed the first eight verses and would like to share these poetic words of David as they intertwine with his love of God’s law.
It’s always fun meeting new people on the trail. These two ladies were the only other ones we saw the morning my husband and I hiked the Cold Springs Nature Trail. We took turns passing each other while pausing every so often to gaze upon the beauty of nature.
Yes! My husband and I were able to enjoy a stroll along the Cold Springs Nature Trail this week. This trail is located in the remote Mineral King Region of Sequoia National Park, part of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range in Central California.
It did not disappoint! This two-mile path rambled along through fields of wildflowers and hugged the East Fort of the Kaweah River, where several small, rushing waterfalls helped to make our day special.
During the rest of this month, I will feature a different picture of this magnificent nature trail and pair it with a praise to the Creator who makes all nature beautiful! Enjoy!
Aspens & Wildflowers along the Cold Springs Nature Trail in Sequoia National Park