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“Back in the Saddle” Virtual Trail Walk

Take a Virtual Trail Walk with me!

Celebrate the release of my latest song “Back in the Saddle” out now! Listen

Walk along with me as I hike the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin. The walk is 25 minutes long, goes through the woods, and to the top of a grassy hill where there’s a clearing with rolled hay barrels. It ends at a red barn and old silo, perfect for a selfie we can take together!

Three Selfie Spots included! Take your phone and snap a picture with me. Then share the selfie with a link to this post. πŸ‘ŠπŸΌ
πŸ“Έ Big Rock (08:06 minutes in)
πŸ“Έ Hay Barrel (20:09 minutes in)
πŸ“Έ Red Barn (25:16 minutes in)

Follow the yellow markers.

Click the video to start. AND whatever you do… don’t forget to Make it an Adventure!

Comment below.

What’s your favorite trail snack?
(This video was filmed LIVE on Sunday, August 21st, 2022.) My sister Sarah and others tuned in and I say hello as I walk. Feel free to comment below, and I’ll reply back to you too!

Help me identify what we discovered on our walk!

Look at the numbered pictures below. Leave a comment with the name of any 🌻 wildflower or picture that needs identifying that you know, and I’ll fill it in! 🌿 (One of them I identified wrong in the video. Did you catch it?)

Perfect for a trail ride, or walk… “Back in the Saddle” is my eighth single. It features a custom made lap steel guitar, reggae beat section, and has a laid-back feel. Read more

4 thoughts on ““Back in the Saddle” Virtual Trail Walk”

  1. I love Back in the Saddle, and the scenery was amazing. I also love the pics you took along the trail. My favorite snack is Trail Mix. The one with raisins and m&m’s. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Well done, Annie! πŸ₯°

    1. Why thank you very much, and trail mix when chocolate is involved I agree, is the best!! Thanks so much for joining me here inside the Annie Lynn Club. πŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸŒ»πŸŒ³I’m sending you a “virtual badge” of completion on this adventure: (Your emoji badge: πŸ₯Ύ)πŸ˜‰

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