Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Perfect Stroll in Nature: Panhandle Trail 2021

We decided to explore the Panhandle Trail on my 48th birthday.  It's such a serene place to go on a walk, ride bikes, jog, or just a relaxing walk.  It is flat and well maintained so it's a great place to  walk with your dog or your entire family.
If you want to see part of West Virginia and PA, this is a great place to travel by foot or by bike.  One daty, I would love to really reach the PA part of the trail to see the difference.
These happy faces says it all.  It was a perfect stroll in the nature.  I will forever remember my 48th birthday since we spent it together at this beautiful  trail.
What more can I ask for, a loving husband and kids, I am blessed.
There are a couple of streams that you can stopped by and watch.  The sound of the water is just as relaxing.
Of course the little guy has to check it.
Oh I love the wild flowers that you can see along the trail.
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Bonding with your children while enjoying the beautiful nature is just a perfect combo.
It's been so long since we did this kind of bonding.  We used to go on a long walk with the kids and we had great memories.
The hubby thought it would be  great to take picture of my while I'm stretching out trying to grab the rope lol.
Eventually, we gave up trying to get the rope.
It was  an awesome day.
Panhandle Trail is a 27.7 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Weirton, West Virginia that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. 

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