October 24, 2011
If you visit Webster's Falls Conservation Area at a time when the sun is shining, you should definitely choose a trail to take a long walk, waving your arms in the air, and reciting poetry. It would be better if it happened in the company of friends who know poems in different languages. This makes things even more fun. Whether it's the objective truth or just my imagination, the rhythm of fall can be felt in the rhythm of poetry.
The only thing I wouldn't suggest is eating sandwiches with your feet hanging into a vast crevice. Just looking at this photo makes my hands sweat:
From this point of view, you can find the end of the trail in the top lefthand section of the photo:
The following two photos display the view that can be seen from this plateau:
Nothing like some tea at the end of a walk: