Not a place I like to visit often when the bugs are biting, this shaded looped pond near our house is a great place for a slow meander and explore. There’s a creek to peek into, hills to run up, rocky crags paralleling the dirt pathway to bushwhack through, beavers to look for, mushrooms galore, a fish ladder to watch when fish are spawning…


It’s easy to lose track of time at this pond. I don’t even mind when I do.

Beaver's work

I like how losing track of time can lead us to just be present in the moment.

Climbing by himself

Loving this living.


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3 Responses to Morse Creek Pond

  1. Lise says:

    Such gorgeous photos!

  2. natalie says:

    Hey Annie, we used to live close to there too. We loved that spot especially the bridges. Have the forest lanterns / skunk cabbage popped out yet?

  3. Dawn Suzette says:

    I love loosing track of time in the forest. So many discoveries to be made!
    That tiny mushroom is adorable!

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