Archive: March, 2011
The Keystone State Park Mountain Bike & Hiking Trail is a mouthful…and it is located between the Keystone State Park and the Keystone Dam on 161 in NE Oklahoma.
It is a beautiful somewhat secluded feeling Trail with different levels of difficulty.
Green Trail- Novice
Red Trail- Advanced
Black Trail- Expert
Although the Park office located in Keystone State Park does have a trail map I would suggest printing off a color version (here) before going since theirs is black and white and you cannot see the colors of the trails.
The trail difficulty seems to be more for bikes then hikers so if you plan on hiking the trail you will find the “expert” to not be as difficult to hike as most trails with that difficulty rating.
The trails are pretty rough on your feet as there are a lot of rock’s so wear sturdy footwear.
The picture on the right gives you an idea of what the trail looks like. Lots of rocks.
Everything was blooming and beautiful.
I love it when there is just a hint of spring everywhere.
My friend Stephanie over at A Creative Fox decided to give me a little time to think pink.
Her husband planned a weekend BY THEMSELVES (unheard of for parents of small children) and she let me watch her two precious little girls!
My boys love them and once they came to our house, thought they should stay forever.
I tried to explain that we did need to give them back.
My oldest is still not sure why.
Thank you Stephanie for letting me peek into the world of pink.
I like to think of it as a warm up for the next weekend…
Yep, capturing it on the camera!
I forgot to eat and did not care.
Four meals to prepare.
Four coats to be put on and four shoes (eight shoes! I did not let them all run around with one shoe on!).
Then this one decided to pull out all the stops on the last day…
And just like that, I want a little girl again.
I think my husband might have whiplash from how often I change my mind…