Report by Linda Pearce – Nineteen hikers participated in the walk, led by Fran Darrah, at Betty and Wilber Davis State Park. Those who came to the park for the first time were amazed at the quality of the cabins, pavilion and restroom facilities. Although cloudy, the temperature was perfect for walking through the freshly washed woods. We enjoyed a gorp-break along the babbling brook, rushing from the recent rains. There were a few wildflowers to observe, including the delicate pink Herb Robert of the geranium family. We finished the hike with a walk by Willow Pond. A few ate their lunch at the pavilion. A good time was had by all. Photographs 1-4 by Doug Fielder and photos 5, 6 by Scott Fielder.