Fall Hike at Hebbard’s, October 14, 2008

On October 14th, 33 ADK hikers enjoyed a colorful warm fall hike at Rod and Sally Hebbard’s. The hike turned out to be 4.75 miles through fields and woods from which we saw a panorama of hills from Franklin. We climbed over old stonewalls up to a stone quarry and to a dry fall that if it had water would have flowed down hill on the Otego side. Our lunch was by two lovely ponds owned by neighbors. The hike ended back at the Hebbard’s with a treat of Sally’s homemade cookies and cider while taking in the beautiful view from their home. A big thank you to all ADK hikers for a Great Day! Photographs are: 1) From Rod & Sally’s House to Their Pond, 2) Water Lilies, 3) Hebbard’s Pond and House, 4) Red-tailed Hawk, 5) Through the Woods, 6) Sugar Maples, 7) Barbara Means, 8) Erika Heinegg, 9) To the Quarry, 10) Lunch on the Neighbor’s Pond, 11) Return to the Hebbard’s, 12) Honey Locust Seed Pods.  Report by Rod & Sally Hebbard

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