Wednesday, June 15, 2016

ALONG THE YELLOW BREECHES PART ONE



The Yellow Breeches creek is a 56 mile long tributary of
 the Susquehanna River.
It is a limestone spring creek loaded with insects and brown trout.
There are also rainbows and brookies that attract fly fisherman from all over.
It's hard not to run across it in your travels in this area.










One of several one lane bridges we (Mollie and I) 
ran across this day.







Someone put vinyl siding on this old barn...
 


A lot of the countryside that the Yellow Breeches runs through is similar to what is covered in this post..
It flows through the campus of a local college
and several communities some of which will be covered
 in the next post. (Fri)



8 comments:

Diane said...

Very nice! Nothing like that near me. Siding on a barn? That's a new one, but I guess, why not?

eileeninmd said...

Hello, lovely scenic shots. Looks like a pretty place for a walk or run! I like the bridge. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

Lynne said...

Very nice place for a walk and visit . . .
I like the sounds of moving water too . . ..
But why . . . would anyone "vinyl side" the stone barn . . .
Hmmmm . . .

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I don't think the vinyl siding improved the look of that barn . . . .

Junebug said...

Pretty countryside along the creek. Vinyl siding on an old barn is just wrong! Looking forward to Friday's post!

Saimi said...

Such a great place to take a walk, the scenery is beautiful!

Mildred said...

What a delightful place to walk Mollie and take gorgeous pictures of the scenery.

Lowcarb team member said...

Oh, I'd love to enjoy a walk here ...

All the best Jan