Saturday night brought in a thunderstorm, and I do mean a STORM, but it was clear when we got up Sunday morning. We ate breakfast and got packed up, and had planned to do a little more hiking, but several pairs of hiking shoes had gotten left out in the rain, so too many people were wearing flip flops for that to work. SO, instead Zollie and Renee headed over to pack up some furniture they were taking home for Lig, and the York County group went to check out the visitors center. I was so excited to see a list of all the hiking trails in the park, and to see that the Wilson Creek Trail, that we’d hiked the day before, was indeed listed as difficult. I could’ve told them that, but there it was for the world to see 🙂
There are these gorgeous rock walls all over the park. We learned at the Visitors Center that they were built by a group of workers who were aged 55 & older in the early days of the park. I’m telling you, that would be some hard work for us old people. I’m even more impressed with them now.