South of Ponte Vedra, Florida the eastern edge of the Guana Nature Preserve is often made up of stands of trees with thin, twisted trunks, and elongated limbs that are rarely straight for more than one foot at a time. Even when the leaves are absent, the multitude of branches at the top of the tree are so thick they block most of the light. The Brothers Grimm would feel right at home here. Even on a marked trail, I would not have been surprised to see a witch or a gnome. It's one of those places where you would be tempted to leave a trail of breadcrumbs, but wouldn't for fear that something would consider the morsels an appetizer and go looking for the main course. I found it to be scarier than any of the "fright houses" that show up this time of the year.