Hike 1:30:00 
shoes: 2011 Merrell Trail Glove
Walk to the Indian Council Rocks from LeGeyt Road with Rhonda, Zack, Sassy, and our German guests Heike and her mother Jutta. Heike was our exchange student in '98-'99, and here for a visit after not being in touch at all for so many years. We were a little unsure as to how this would work out, but they are quite pleasant.
We hadn't walked in from this direction in quite a few years, and we were amazed at the wide, well-maintained road the MDC has put in, at least in part for some logging they did, but not sure what else they may have in mind. This road used to be quite eroded, and a little dicey for even walking on and now it is very broad and firm with grassy margins and a number of rather inscrutable signs facing in all directions. Perhaps the most inscrutable was one on a tree facing so that you would see it from the forest, and see only the back of it from the new road. It said something to the effect that this was a public road for the purpose of a deer hunt, and that no unauthorized vehicles should go beyond that point. Not sure what an unauthorized vehicle might be doing in the forest coming up to that sign, and a little confused about the combination of the phrase public road with the admonition to stay out. There were some other rather perplexing ones.