Our 30 for 30 is officially over, but we're still trying to check out new spots and new things to do around the Triangle. Today, we headed to William B. Umstead State Park in Wake County to check out some of the foliage.The trees are just starting to peak around here, and it's the perfect temperature for walking (mid-60's). We hiked Sal's Branch Trial which is about 2.8 miles. It intersects with Big Lake where people can rent canoes in the summer (sorry, Mom, no swimming allowed. What's with that? Maybe there are snakes.)
It was another place that reminded us of some of the parks we used to walk in Massachusetts. It's nice to still be in a place that changes with the seasons and has quiet trails that are not that dissimilar from what we're used to. The three of us are big fans of fall and all the parks are perfect places to go this time of year.