Mother Nature’s Window

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((((UPDATE: THIS PARK IS CURRENTLY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. Future plans for reopening are in the works. Stay tuned! ))))

Mother Nature’s Window is perfectly named. The trail to get there is unmarked and very faint, much like passing through a little window and entering into an ancient world. Sunlight dappled through the old growth illuminating our way as we stopped at every junction to decide which way to go on this elaborate trail system.

My niece and I didn’t have time to try every branch of the trail, but every path we chose delivered interesting scenery. Some cedar trees wore wooden signs stating how old they were. Several were 300 years old. It was a great learning opportunity for the little one and I enjoyed the size comparisons as well. This place just had a special feel to it that was so inviting to the adventurous spirit.


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(Watch for the faint path off the side of the road)

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