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Combining hiking with meeting new canine friends makes for a perfect Saturday morning! Our veterinarians office, Animal Hospital of Waynesville, sponsored a Saturday morning hike for clients at Graveyard Fields.
Graveyard Fields is a valley with the stream Yellowstone Prong flowing through its center, creating water falls both at the upper end of the valley and the lower end (named, creatively enough, Upper Falls and Lower Falls. With the valley floor still above a 5,000 foot elevation, the air is usually cool and perfect for hiking. This is an excellent area for early and late season hikes, though we avoid it during the summer tourism season because of the crowds.
Come meet some of our new friends:
P.S. – Plans are being drafted for another hike, so we look forward to seeing these friends again – and meeting some new ones on the next hike.
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