The Sliding Rock Creek greenway trail with a thin carpet of leaves.
These fall flowers are in full bloom along the Swamp Rabbit Trail below the Greenville First Baptist Church.
Balancing rocks seen near the Swamp Rabbit Trail 25.4 mile marker.
A new bench has been installed by the Swamp Rabbit Trail at the bottom of the hill to Falls Park. It contains elements of the abandoned railway converted to a greenway trail: bicycles that occupy it today and railroad spikes that would have held the old railway together.
This bench located in the Boy Scout shelter near Sulfur Springs Road has cleverly integrated an antique hand truck along with a standard bench back. I tried it and found it to be comfortable!
Leaves line the Swamp Rabbit Trail leading to Duncan Chapel Road.
The colors of Fall on the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
This crew is making a repair to a section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail where there was a tree root or large crack. The process is to heat a section of trail to 1800 degrees, after which the section can be reshaped as smooth as glass. Repairs can be made in cold weather and last year’s repairs are proving to be durable.
The short cold snap resulted in a few more colorful trees such as these over the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Not to be outdone by yesterday’s post of “The Hare”, this tortoise (or turtle or terrapin?) makes a crossing on the Swamp Rabbit Trail.