We arrived at Chewacla State Park and found the site we liked the best for our extended stay while waiting and recouperating from surgery. Our site is very spacious and nestled in the woods. To the far left we have some chairs set around for when we want to have a fire in the fire pit.
The weather, even though a bit warm, has been beautiful so we decided to walk a trail at Town Creek Park in Auburn. It is a really nice park and the trails are easy to maneuver. Below is one of the entrances to the trails.
Once you round the last of the walkway entrance there is an open view of the pond and gazebo overlooking the pond.
We were enjoying our walk so much, we decided to cross the road and walk a part of the trail we had not been on yet. This area is a Historic Tree Trail which the picture below will explain. It really is awesome with a lot of incredible history about each tree.
There were trees from acorns or seedlings from all over the country...one was from the tree at the Jefferson Memorial. Another from George Washington's Mount Vernon and others like that.
For Auburn, there was a tree grown from an acorn from the oaks at Toomer's Corner.
We thoroughly enjoyed our walk and especially the history of the trees along the Historic Tree Trail.
It was a good day and a grand way to pass time waiting for Mike's surgery.