Three trails in one day. The Stone mill trail then the Long Prairie Trail and lastly the Stone Bridge Trail.The below pictures are not in order and I am too lazy to put them in order. So I will just describe them as they are.
Boone County Conservation District trail sign in the parking lot at the East end of the Long Prairie Trail.
Looking East on the Long Prairie Trail in Capron. I have seen people finding/placing Geo-caching items near or around that picnic table in the past.
Approaching a bridge West of Capron while heading East on the LPT.
Parking lot at East end of LPT.
LPT sign at tfhe East end of the trail.
Looking East at the very end of the LPT.
Approaching the end of the LPT at the East end of the trail.
The Brown Conservation Area at the West end of the LPT and the East end of the Stone Bridge Trail.
My bike up against the wall of the restrooms at the Brown Conservation Area.
A sign on the Stone Bridge Trail.
A sign on the SBT at McMichael Road.
Map of the SBT.
At the Stone Bridge Observation Platform.
At the West end of the Stone Bridge Trail. If you look close, you can see the continuation of the railroad tracks on the opposite side of the street under the bridge.
A couple of miles from the West end of the SBT.
Stone Mill Trail sign at the West end of the trail.
Looking West on the SMT.At the Milk Days park in Harvard Illinois at the East end of the SMT.