Wednesday, October 30, 2013

White Trail at Gay City State Park

Gay City State Park

Autumn is slipping away, and I think the fall colors have reached their peak here in southeast Connecticut.  Before all the colors were gone I was able to get out for a nice hike in one of our fine state parks.  I had not been to Gay City State Park, and was looking forward to finding the ruins of an old mill and some other structures, that were left here when this area was once a thriving community.  I found the trails there well marked and the hiking was pretty easy.  I'll have some more pictures and some history as well, about this state park in future posts this week.  

1 comment:

  1. Fine fall light in your photo. The term "gay" has changed meanings faster than SD weather. When I was growing up it meant happy and joyful. These days that seems archaic.