January 22, 2015

Signs and Fences, Carson Trail

sign on fence says no fishingThe William E. Carson Trail begins at the Front Royal Golf Club at the end of Country Club Road. It offers views of the Shenandoah River, crosses part of the golf course, goes up a steep hill and through the woods, eventually coming out at Rockland Park, which is still being developed. See our earlier post on the Carson Trail.

The No Fishing sign is bilingual plus it has a symbol, which looks to me like it's telling fish not to bite the hook!

woman walking small dog on trail

In the distance we see the new Dominion Power plant that I showed yesterday from the other side. It went operational last month.


This is a nice trail but there are two warnings on the sign that you need to take seriously. One is to stay away if the river is flooding (duh!), and the other is to watch for golfers. You don't want to get hit by a stray golf ball!

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5 comments:

  1. ooh, golf balls could be tough! thanks, linja!

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  2. Quite a place for dogs to have walks!

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  3. Do the fish understate the sign?

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  4. The last picture with the shadow is so beautiful
    :) Claudia

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  5. nice rustic fences. a pretty place to walk

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