The pup and I went out to the woods while my wife went to a baby shower in Indiana, PA. The park was Yellow Creek Park. There were plenty of questions as to why the park was yellow. I didn’t try hard to find out.
Anyway, we jogged up and down some very slippery hillsides. It had snowed about half an inch the previous night, so there was plenty of snow and mud to trip us. The dog, with her four legs, managed the trails with no problem. On the other hand, I managed to slip and fall several times.
But we had fun, and that’s all that counts.
More information on the park is here: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/yellowcreek/index.htm
Of course, if you prefer Google Maps, here you go:
René F. Najera, DrPH
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