Also, in early October, we went for another hike near the wiggle bridge. Once again, the mountains near Sinks are just beautiful in October. Below are some photos from our hike, and I hope you enjoy them.
The most memorable part of the hike was Brooks. His imagination was running wild, and he was having so much fun. He may only be two years old, but he was acting much older. He would be walking down the trail, take off his backpack, get out his pretend bow, shoot a wild animal (monkey, elephant, alligator, deer, etc.), hike off the trail to get the animal he shot, haul it back to the trail, pull out his knife and cut a part off the animal, and eat it. And, he would typically tell us the animal part he was eating (typically the ears) was crunchy. It was funny to watch, and he was doing this all on his own. He would put it in his backpack, or if it was a big animal, hand it off to Dad to carry back to the vehicle. Brooks, you make me laugh!