The finished path is a little over a half mile long and winds through both pine forest and hardwoods. At one point it drops down to the creek, the lowest part of the farm, before slowly climbing to the top of one of the highest hills. Eventually if works its way back down to the basic level of the farm itself.
My plan is to check each camera on alternating days, so that both will have 48 hours to catch whatever wildlife is using that particular section of the path. Each time I check a camera, I will also move it about 100 feet further along the path, so that you can see the trail unfold as I did while making it. In about 2 weeks, the two cameras should end up pointing at one another for a day. I'll keep moving them until both cameras has covered the entire path, each from a different direction.
Today's photos come from the upper opening to the path -the last area that was completed. Just like me, it seems that Mama Doe and the twins find it easier to walk the path than to navigate the jungle on either side of it.