This morning I got out of bed early to beat the heat wave that was predicted. Hopping into the car I pointed it northward to Belfountain Conservation area. The old, spring fed West Credit River flows through the park and a small pond interrupts the river before the water flows over the dam and continues its journey.
Heading back towards the entrance, on the southern side of the pond is a small fountain which is part of the historic stonework here. A grist mill once sat on this land and there are some remnants of it still in the park, one is the water fountain.
Since the weather really started to warm up by the end of my hike along the pond trail I decided to head back to the parking lot and head to my air-conditioned home.
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