Spent last Sunday hiking a kick-butt section of the Torreya Hiking Trail about 1/3 of the way around the loop, going counterclockwise from the blue trail out past the Confederate gun emplacements near the Gregory House. A living history group had just decamped the night before. Joining me was Judd from our FTA Tallahassee office, and it was his first time there. I believe “amazing” came out of his mouth a few times! It’s been years since I did anything more than the Weeping Ridge Trail so everything was a delight, especially the extreme diversity. Since both Judd and I spent years hiking in Western Pennsylvania, the narrow ridges and views of distant ridges were reminders of hiking days gone by. These trails aren’t for the faint of heart, with dropoffs and steep climbs galore, but heck, you need to mix it up now and again. Check it out while the weather’s cool!