Carl has decreed it is finally the official end of the hiking season, as determined by two things: (1) The temperature is high enough to meet Carl's threshold for cycling; and (2) we have hiked just about every trail within 90 miles of the Baltimore/Washington area at least once and many of them twice. Unfortunately, the weather gods didn't hear about this, so this past Sunday was cold and rainy and we hiked Sugarloaf Mountain again this weekend, doing the Peak Views trail in a total fogout - the views were nothing but grey.
So, to close the hiking season out, a few pictures:
Entrance to an old chromium mine at Soldier's Delight.
Scenic outhouse at Cunningham Falls State Park.