Afternoon Arboretum Ambling
A few days ago, the wife and I had an nice chilly walk in Hoyt Arboretum. Snow was in the forecast, and she wanted to go to one of the higher spots in the metro area to see it. The white stuff amounted to little more than sky dandruff, yet we enjoyed walking on the Wildwood, Hawthorn, and Maple trails. I enjoyed learning about a few more species of tree. Amur maples. Who knew? Plenty of people walk around the arboretum, yet it is always a serene and lovely spot.
Posted on January 1, 2016, in Cold weather hiking, Family, Flora and Fauna, General Hiking, Uncategorized and tagged Easy hikes near Portland, Hoyt Arboretum hikes, Pacific NOrthwest hikes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.