11 – Woodstock Farm

With two-hours between rain showers predicted for the afternoon, I hoped that would be plenty of time to hike to Woodstock Farm and thoroughly explore the trails there.

Me . . . along the trail at Woodstock Farm

Like my hike to Teddy Bear Cove, I began again at the North Chuckanut Mountain Trailhead parking lot, followed the Hemlock Trail and continued onto the Interurban Trail. This time though, at the Spokane Street intersection, I left the Interurban Trail and walked west along Spokane Street until I reached Chuckanut Drive. After carefully crossing Chuckanut Drive, the entrance for Woodstock Farm was only a short walk to the north.

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Delightfully, the rain did hold off for the entire two hours that I was out on the trails today!

Information about Woodstock Farm can be found here – http://www.cob.org/services/recreation/parks-trails/woodstock-farm.aspx .

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