Tuesday, May 13, 2008

On the sunset trail...

Welcome back!

Last week, we had the opportunity to visit Selkirk Shores State Park and hike along the bluff trail. The path is an easy hike and leads directly to the lake. Along the way, we spotted a group of fireplaces from camping days-gone-by and learned to identify the shag bark hickory tree. We tried – perhaps in vain – to capture that perfect shot of a fishing boat set against a backdrop of color as the sun began to set. The vistas were altogether beautiful and you can see some of our pictures here…

If you missed our adventure, you can find Selkirk Shores State Park just off New York State Route 3 between Pulaski and Mexico, New York. With 148 campsites, 26 cabins, 6 miles of hiking trails and a sandy beach, the park offers camping, hiking, swimming, fishing and boating. Whether you come for the day or an extended stay, you’re sure to enjoy your visit!


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