As soon as we got on the trail, we could tell that it was going to be a great flower day. After all the beginning of May is great for wildflowers. I will put the flower photos at the end. At the beginning of this hike there is a major stairway. Once you get to the bottom there is a resting bench and a great view of Owl Canyon Overlook (closed).
|Taking a break|
|Owl Canyon Overlook (closed)|
|On the way to LaSalle Canyon|
|On the trail to LaSalle Canyon|
|Narrow trail. Watch your step and head|
|Sandstone carved steps in LaSalle Canyon|
I was carrying the umbrella for the rain, so I thought I would also take it under the LaSalle Canyon waterfall. It was coming down so hard it was bending the metal in the umbrella.
This was Evelyn's second time with the Walker's Club. I think she is the youngest member we ever had walk with us. Well really her Dad did most of the walking.
|Evelyn, Dad and Lelo|
|My great boots!|
|Tonti Canyon Waterfall on the Left|
Tonti Canyon sometimes has 2 waterfalls. Today was a great day.
|Tonti Canyon Waterfall on the right|
If you look closely some of the pussy toes are oblong and the others are round. I heard somewhere that one is male and the other is female. Don't know which is which.
|Prairie Trillium and May Apple|
|Jack in the Pulpit|
|Dutchman's Britches and Squirrel Corn|
|White Nodding Trillium|
|Bridge near LaSalle and Tonti Canyons|
Serviceberry trees are all in bloom in the park.
|Tonti and LaSalle Canyon Bridge|
I will leave you with this: Wherever you may hike or walk, just put one foot in front of the other. It's all about the experience not the destination.