Join me on a stroll through Holland Glen. The trail begins at the head as the sunshine permeates through the thin veil of oak, birch, maple and pine. A kiss of warmth tells us that spring has arrived. The babbling stream is heard on the other side of the hill, guiding us along the marked trail. As the trail runs further, the canopy overhead grows more dense, and the mossy earth begins to open and welcome the new life of spring. The smell of the wet earth leads to the sound of a stronger and louder cascade of water. Turning the corner, we find the source, a six foot fall collecting into a pool below, surrounded by mossy rocks and glimpses of sun rays through the treetops above. This is Holland Glen.
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