Wandering Wednesday: Carpenter Lake Nature Preserve

This hidden gem is located in Southfield Michigan and boast 42 acres of nature for the whole family to enjoy. The trail itself is about a mile long through a mostly wooded area though a portion of the trail passes by Carpenter Lake. Fishing is allowed for those anglers who have the patience. Another featureContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Carpenter Lake Nature Preserve”

Wandering Wednesday: The Detroit River Walk

Original photo captured October 2021 An alteration of more distant era. Sorry for not going out this last week, I seem to have sprained my left foot, how exactly this happened is beyond me but all I know is I had trouble walking over the weekend so i more or less had to rest myContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: The Detroit River Walk”

Wandering Wednesday: Port Crescent State Park

Over the weekend I took a day trip to Port Crescent State park and walked along the beach. This particular park occupies what is 260 acres of land. And is one of seven parks that offers a dark sky preserve in the State of Michigan. It also hosts a camping ground and some spectacular viewsContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Port Crescent State Park”

Wandering Wednesday: Bear Creek Nature Park

The Bear Creek Nature park is located in Oakland township Michigan. It’s a smaller park as the area is about 107 acres of land. What’s nice about this particular hiking area aching area is how clean it is! No litter anywhere on the trail, it was probably the most pristine hiking area I’ve been toContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Bear Creek Nature Park”

Wandering Wednesday: Conneaut Township Park

A small park located in the town of Conneaut Ohio, the most notable thing about this area is the quarter mile of beach that runs along Lake Erie. To be honest, I would have should have spent more time exploring the various parts of this area and it would have been nice to get aContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Conneaut Township Park”

Wandering Wednesday: West Bloomfield Woods Nature Preserve Trail

Evidently there was some sort of problem with dog waste in this particular park as there are several signs reminding those who take their canines to this area that should your dog mess, be sure to clean up after it. Dog waste is not a fertilizer and has been known to carry parasitic worms. Yikes!Continue reading “Wandering Wednesday: West Bloomfield Woods Nature Preserve Trail”