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Secor Park – Trail Tour 2015

It was a fantastic day for a walk in the park.

Blue skies and warm weather.  I had a small group with me today.  We walked the red trail.  It had been raining for the last few days and we were wondering if the trails would have been muddy.  They weren’t too bad.  Today’s menace – the mosquito.  She and her swarm of followers wanted blood – and they took a lot of it from us.  We tried to use bug spray as much as we could – various manufacturers and strengths.  None of it worked.

But – all said and done – excellent day!

Wiregrass Park – Trail Tour 2015

This weekend was our first visit to the newest Toledo Metropark – Wiregrass Park.  This park opened a few weeks ago and is available for canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and has 3 primitive campsites around the perimeter of the lake.

The lake itself is about 1/2 mile by 1/4 mile and asking the fisherman – stocks bluegill.

We walked the perimeter trail (about 1.6 miles), turned around and walked it in reverse.  There were a lot of dragonflies and mosquitoes today.

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