Report by Linda Pearce – Even though the temperature was hovering around freezing, the sun shone brightly, making it a pleasant morning to hike at the Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park and to shuffle through the dry, rustling leaves. Seventeen of us hiked the entire Andy’s Trail, taking us through woods and fields. Along the way, one of our brave hikers climbed up the tree stand “in search of deer.” For some, it was their first time there and they were very impressed with the facilities and enjoyed “peeking in” the windows of the cabins. On the final leg of the trail we encountered a “bear” (really, a wood carving in a stump). We all enjoyed the outing. Photographs by Currie Marr.