So I had this idea - I would make use of my outdoor frog collection by turning them into hiking trail markers at the new property. Ultimately I want one at every trailhead and every trail junction. This one is at the junction of the Logging road and the divergence of the Lower West Ridge Trail and Blackberry Spur.
At the junction of Upper West Ridge Trail, Portrait Rock Trail, and Blackberry Spur (which, as you might imagine, has loads of wild blackberries growing along it).
Where the Upper West Ridge Trail meets Octopus Eye Trail.
At the junction of... Just kidding, that's a real frog on the trail.
The biggest frog is at the northern most point, at the end of the Upper West Ridge Trail
.Where the Old Turtle Trail meets the East Ridge Trail
Also a real frog on the trail.
This frog is at the beginning of the Bobcat Trail, by the creek. We named it because it was a trail that seems to have been made by an animal short enough to pass under the brambles but heavy enough to leave a trail. The first time I went up it, I had to crawl on parts of it.