The first/last part of the walk has some great limestone cliffs lining the trail.
The trail crosses the Femme Osage Creek. This is one of the camp sites for the 1809 Lewis and Clark Expedition that came up the Missouri River.
The town of Defiance would appeal to our friend Alan Sloman from the UK. (it appeals to us as well) The trail passes right through town and there is the Yellow Farmhouse Winery, the Defiance Roadhouse and the Defiance Bar and Grille, one on each corner. Great for a relaxing stop at the half way turn around point!
Can't miss Vicky in her bright gym cloths on the trail- actually she fits in as usual
More bikes today in the nice weather.
The only animals we saw today- a turtle in the Femme Osage Creek, and our little catepillar friend getting out of the direct sunshine.