Sunday, April 04, 2010

Hobbs WMA - Pigeon Roost Trail

This is strictly an informative blog entry. It informs you that I hiked the Pigeon Roost Trail at Hobbs today. I'll also add that I discovered Hobbs Wildlife Management Area is now called Hobbs State Park Conservation Area and that they built a spectacular visitor center on Hwy 12 just east of 303 from War Eagle. The weather was moderate and the sediment from that last rains had settled leaving Beaver Lake its normal, beautiful green. I hiked eight miles with a pack and I'll feel it tomorrow. This is all just information. I did not discover anything new about myself or have any profound ideas during the hike. I have no particular angle on the hike. It was simply a good hike on a nice day.

2 comments:

bulletholes said...

Are there any beavers at Beaver Lake?

Dave Mows Grass said...

There are in the summertime!

Hey, Steve!