Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – July 28, 2017

Roaring Dam is part of the Blackstone Valley Historic Corridor park system and there are many walking paths within it. If you take the trails along the river and walk long enough, you’ll discover that all the parks are linked by the river itself.

First, a little history …

Not the best steps if you aren’t light on your feet!

Kaity on the path by the rapids

Categories: Blackstone River, Dams and Waterfalls, Nature, Paths, Photography

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6 replies

  1. Wonderful summertime photos for this week’s which way. 😀


  2. Those paths really draw you in. Lovely photos, Marilyn.


  3. The paths in the woods are always interesting, they go on forever


    • I don’t go far on them. They are too uneven for me. I need really smooth surfaces or I tend to fall. It doesn’t take much to make me fall, either. My feet just tangle up. Then, I have to get up and that’s a LOT harder than falling down. So I take pictures, but I do not go walking down the paths.


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