Friday, April 12, 2013
Molly Hugger Hill - Rocks, Leaves, Bees and Shirtless
Molly Hugger Hill Trail is located on Pine Mountain. This is the third time for me hiking on Pine Mountain which has 22 miles of trails. On the Molly Hugger Hill trail there are a lot of tree stumps and rocks. The rocks are covered by 7 inches of leaves and there are rocks around all the tree roots. A portion of the trail is currently home to a band of bees, a couple of them tried to chase me down. Even though, it was early spring the weather was 73F and it became very hot with no shade from the trees. New leaves had not started growing so a person could see the slopes of the hills through the bare trees. I became so hot that in order to cool down, I had to take off my sweat shirt and hike part of the way shirtless. Thankfully, no other hikers were in sight to witness my partial stripe tease.