This weekend we went to Harriman State Park, a vast park at the southeast tip of New York State with over 200 miles of trails. We hiked a bit of the famous Long Path, and ate lunch on the top of a mountain. The leaves were just starting to turn, and it was a gorgeous day all around.
Along the way, we passed an area appropriately known as Bowling Rocks, a vast expanse of flat rock with boulders strewn on top. The rock itself was flattened by glaciers about 2 million years ago, and the boulders were dropped haphazardly when the ice receded. Amazing!