Doney Hollow Brook.
From the sawmill looking downstream.
After crossing the road, we continued north, turning sharply left towards Duck Pond at wooden planks over a wet section of woods.
We headed west, following along the south edge of Duck Pond with only minimal water of about one foot depth.
I didn't want to push my dad too hard so after leaving the marshy area, we arrived back at Burnt Hill Road, and then looped back to the Long Path, following it south for 2.15 miles back to our vehicle. This was a total of 4.3 miles RT.
After relaxing in the truck for a bit, we then drove to the north section of the state forest and parked at the large parking lot located at Looking Glass Pond. This pond was created by the West Fulton Rod and Gun Club in 1996 at the site of a former 19th century Mill Pond. There are beautiful, newly built picnic tables and viewing decks, as well as a foot trail around the pond.
We hiked about 5.5 miles total on a cloudy, quiet day in these remote woods.