National Capital Greenbelt Trails #24 & a little of #25

Today we did 5.1 km Trail # 24 – and about 1.5 km of other trails along the way for a total around 6.5 km.  It was 12c, sunny, no wind.  The trails were a mixture of old roads, woods, boardwalk & Trans Canada Trailway.  Sightings today included reddish/brown squirrel, black squirrel, butterflies, moths, little black snake with green strip down back & a number of different types of birds.  It would seem that the trail we were on today also links up with the Rideau Trail System.  Today one of the highlights was seeing an evergreen tree all decorated with Christmas Decorations – love what people do in the woods 🙂

 

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