This trail is the next, I believe, to see some maintenance work. The beavers have been very busy in this area.
I think it should be called Beaver Trail! Looks as if they have caused some damage, but you have to admire their work ethic.
Windy and sunny in an idyllic location.
If you are a nature lover, Change Islands has much to see and do. Take a walkabout, ( a photographer’s and artist’s delight), visit the Newfoundland Pony Sanctuary , talk to the locals, hike on one of several trails on the island, admire the architecture and coastline, study the wildflowers and birds.
When we visited the Pony Sanctuary, a journalist from Germany was there gathering information to write an article for a magazine in Germany…..a long way from home.:) Click the Change Islands link above to discover the island and all it has to offer.
…. located in Change Islands, Newfoundland is a walk that evokes mystical, whimsical fantasies. It is filled with vibrant greens, stunning lichen patterns and tranquility. It is a short hike, approximately 20 minutes one way.
Indian Lookout Trail, Change Islands
Fascinating lichen patterns.
A variety of mushrooms.
It is worth a thousand pounds a year to have the habit of looking on the bright side of things. Dr. S. Johnson