My wife and I are able bodied seniors and wanted to see what was silly about Silly Mountain.
We enjoyed the short easy flat walk along botanical trail. The trail had identification markers near various native plants.
We noticed as we walked higher, the trail got more rugged and the mountain rocks got larger.
I did locate the old abandoned mine near the very top of the mountain peak, the sight enhanced by binoculars. Man, I wanted trudge up there, enter it and snoop around.
The only silly thing I saw about the mountain is that it appears to be a huge pile of broken up rocks.
Some rocks had lines that appeared as tree year lines seen in cross section. Some have dark areas on rock that appear as burned scorch marks.
Well, next time we go, we will huff and puff on the Huff and Puff trail, then hike to the top!
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