You owe yourself a walk in the woods, not only to observe the natural beauty but because it is good for your health.
First, there is the view.
There are roads in Western Loudoun and the Region engulfed in forest, on either side and above, like the imagined course of the famed night ride of sleepy hollow’s headless horseman.
These local roads course through nature’s living “tunnels” and, this time of the year, the leaves change and fall. Continue reading