This trip for me was very similar to our trip to Johnson’s Woods. I was expecting to see some wildlife there, but only saw a lone woodpecker. There was an abundance of trees, who had all lost their leaves except for a few juvenile beech trees. This left me with very little to look at besides moss. Just like Johnson’s Woods, there was also a boardwalk that made the bog very accessible, though it had some water covering it and at times I thought it might break. However here we had the opportunity to explore an area with just a footpath. I think I liked this part of the trip more because I felt more involved with the nature as I had to really watch where I was stepping to make sure I wouldn’t slip and fall in the mud. I think it would be interesting to visit the bog in the warmer months to see the difference the season has on it.