The cool morning air wasn’t enough to scare off our participants from Woodgreen this morning. Our small group left the city in search of the fresh air and quiet calm of the forested trails at Rattlesnake Point.
We took our time on our 4 km hike, swapping stories while marveling at the views along the escarpment’s edge. The sun broke through the clouds and the group enjoyed a perfect autumn day in southern Ontario. The group really connected in the silence of the woods, appreciating how wonderfully refreshing it is to escape the city sounds and smells. Our van ride back was quiet, aside from the classic rock radio station and a request for a Tim Hortons stop, but it was the quiet of folks feeling tired and relaxed after a good day out in nature.