Annual Fall Walk: The annual event held at the JJ Collett Natural Area, about four kilometres south of Morningside off RR 261, saw around 45 people show up on a somewhat chilly Sept. 29. Everyone seemed to enjoy the time spent trekking around the numerous trails and the barbecue that followed. The next big event will be the Spring Walk in May. Photos submitted

PHOTOS: Fall Walk enjoyed at JJ Collett

Annual Fall Walk: The annual event held at the JJ Collett Natural Area, about four kilometres south of Morningside off RR 261, saw around 45 people show up on a somewhat chilly Sept. 29. Everyone seemed to enjoy the time spent trekking around the numerous trails and the barbecue that followed. The next big event will be the Spring Walk in May. Photos submitted

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