Kayaking Molly’s Falls State Park, Vermont

Several years ago, I visited all the Vermont state parks one season. Molly’s Falls was not yet a state park then, so this was a first for me. Within easy reach of where we were camped at Ricker Pond, we drove up with our boats, meeting my sister and spouse there on a beautiful day.

We paddled a short distance, and pulled out for lunch, and a visit. Loons calling in the distance never made an appearance, though. The setting was beautiful. Smoke haze from the other side of the country covered the sky.

Camel’s Hump is a distinctive shape in the distance.
I’m not sure why humans have this instinct to pile stones – but there were lots – including this one in front of my Roadtrek.

From there, we caravanned to Owls Head, which is a not too long – but quite rugged! – walk to the top with a beautiful view. Some of the stairs were a test of my aging joints! (I forgot to take my camera – these photos were thanks to fellow camper Curt Fields: http://www.appletreestudio.us)

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