Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Wild And Remote Debar Pond - Part 2

I was hiking with the dogs to Debar Pond, a short walk, much of it on elevated planks through a cedar swamp:

We eventually reached the end of the planks and continued on a trail through the Adirondack forest:

The dogs ran and played. They were having a grand time:

I saw more yellow mushrooms, this one in a miniature "forest" of Shining Clubmoss:

And soon we arrived at Debar Pond, a little known and secluded gem:

The dogs were less interested in the water than usual, perhaps because the weather wasn't very hot that day:

As for me, I luxuriated in the spectacular scenery:

I knew from our last trip here that the trails led to no other scenic overlooks, so I confined my explorations this time to the areas immediately adjacent to our arrival point:

I coaxed Seamus and Daphne into the water and they seemed to enjoy it:

And then we explored a little more for different views of Debar Pond:

On our last trip, I hiked the full length of the pond in a search of more shoreline access but never found any, so this time I didn't even try. I did, however, delight in the scenery:

Clover wouldn't go into the water but she sure enjoyed getting next to it and gazing out over the pond. I'll post Part 3 tomorrow:

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