Bhavana and I went for a short adventure this afternoon. We went on a hike on one of the Institute Woods Trails. The Institute Woods Trails is 589 acres of land (woods, wetlands, and farms) and is part of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton.
We started at the Clarke House Musem. Some parts were muddy due to rain on previous days, but it wasn't too bad we did not have our hiking boots.
We hiked the Trolley Track Trail where we see the Institute of Advanced Study buildings. We passed a little pond that I think I will explore in the winter and spring. We continued on the Founders Walk trail to the narrow suspension footbridge over the stream in Institute Woods. It's a pretty neat bridge that sways a bit while you walk on it.
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jansenphoto19th November 2017 at 8:41 PM
Sweet bridge! Would be good to have in my backyard!
Khürt Williams20th November 2017 at 7:03 AM
The Institute Woods are an excellent location for fall foliage photography. And every year, I forget ti’s there until it's too late.