October 29th, these are some images from one of our walks on the local bike trail. I have always called it the NCR trail named after the Northern Central Railroad trail. The name was changed to Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail. It is 20 miles long from Cockeysville Md to the Pennsylvania line. From there the trail continues into Pennsylvania and the name changes again to the York Country Heritage Rail Trail.
My favorite section of the bike trail close to home, this is the Bentley Springs parking lot and the view of the trail.
The land next to the bike trail is private, this is an old barn that is being taken over by the trees and plants.
The Bee Tree Preserve parking area is just across the bridge.
I believe these are the bittersweet berries. I read the American Bittersweet are vines that can kill trees and are hard to eradicate. The birds eat the berries but I read they are not a favorite berry for the birds. I think they are pretty berries, I like the yellow and red colors.
A female Downy Woodpecker, was busy pecking away at this tree.
I liked the reflections and colors seen at this spot of the bike trail.
Hubby and I can do some brisk walking on this trail. It is mostly flat and an easy walk you just need to avoid the bike riders.
On the drive home, we passed two deer, one on the road and the other was in the field on the other side of the fence. The deer were not shy and hung around, I wish they would stay away from the road.
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