In Lansing, the capitol of Michigan, lies a trail for bikers and hikers alike. The Lansing River Trail is an approximately 13-mile trail through urban and rural stretches alike, lying in the shadows of Lansing’s bustling streets, twisting through masses of deep-rooted forests, rising up in boardwalks or smoothed out in easy footpaths, and all the while trailing the river for which it is named, providing a scenic route for anyone looking for a little exercise. Not as much of that in the Winter, of course, but even in the midst of this most frigid season, it remains a popular destination. It helps, of course, that the trail stretches all the way to East Lansing, and to the MSU campus.
Saturday, I decided to take a walk down the trail in spite of the frosty weather, and investigate the sights I had been denied since the summer, when a long jog was often a morning’s routine. These are a few of the results of my walk. Enjoy.
This is a very nice place to take a walk or jog. Aside from having a good trail, it has a very nice view. You will not only enjoy your walk but you will enjoy the view as well. It is something to look forward to every morning.
Great photos, love this!
Oh wow. Absolutely gorgeous. *smiles* we have a pretty home, huh? I love Michigan.
By the way, nice post.:)Brad Fallon
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Like the graffiti and the train track ones.