|Before we entered the trail|
|The end of Snake Bight trail!|
|Mike likes to catch me when I'm making funny faces! Gotta love the guy! Anyway, this was the boardwalk at the end of Snake Bight trail.|
|Look in the very center of the picture and you will see our friend the Great Blue Heron!|
|Another zebra butterfly|
|He was kind of playing hide and go seek with us!|
|Rowdy trail - this is where it started to get a little creepy - believe me, the trail got way more narrow than this. And had alot of high grass!!! Snake heaven!|
|They call this a pineapple plant (it isn't really) but it lives on trees and hoards water inside!|
|One of the views that we had....|
|Tree frog - it was about 2 inches long!|
|After we got out alive!!|
|Part of the view along the trail!|
|I know there was a python in there waiting for us!|
The length of the hike was significant for both Pam and I, as it marked the longest pain free walk for both of us, since Pam had her plantar fascia surgery, and I had physical therapy for lower back pain in May. Hopefully this will bode well for our ability to hike the Grand Canyon next May, as we currently have planned.
Later that day, we saw a really cool owl along the road near the campground. Also, an admirer, came up to Pam in the campground, and asked to take picture of her jeep!
|Owl in flight|