Over the summer I found a fabulous trail not far from our house. The trail is just off a road that has a canopy of trees on both sides that form an archway. This road is called a natural beauty road and rightfully so. It's beautiful no matter what time of year you drive down it. In the spring the buds of the leaves begin to fill the sky and the wild flowers begin to bloom along the edges of the road. The archway is filled with green, red, and yellow leaves in the summer and the dashes of blue from flax flowers add to the scenic view. In the fall, the trees with their red, yellow and orange leaves form a fiery archway. The archway is only filled with branches in the winter and the snow looks like a thick frosting sitting atop them.
I had intended to write about the trail and the time I spent walking there during the summer, but I guess that will be for another day.