Sumner is a tiny river village that is not on the way to anywhere unless your looking for the source of the Pine River. The river flanks the village on the west and a simple park occupies the floodplain. The playground there still has one of those suicidal merry-go-rounds where you grab hold of the bar and run like hell around the outside spinning it faster and faster until you fall off, your head reeling.
|In Sumner the frogs are content with small village ways.|
A Group of Cedar Waxwings Kept a sharp eye on me as I trudged upstream.
This video gives a look at the Pine River just north of the village where I saw the Cedar Waxwings. The song is a traditional melody called "Salt Creek."