Side ravine

Reese had to head back to office so Jeanne and I continued on but in a side ravine. This ravine had made the peninsula to get to “Frog Knob” narrower. It was definitely worth exploring!

As we turned to go up the ravine, a blackberry stalk caught my eye!

A hole in the bank! And it went back a long ways!

Who could resist exploring this ravine? Certainly not us!

The moss covered rock was a beauty. As we checked to see what kind of rock it was, we discovered it was very soft sandstone!

The clump of moss on the left was just as beautiful!

A mini alluvial fan beneath the tree!

Here in this close up of the above alluvial fan, I see a person with a elf hat. Ok, I have to squint to see it.

The water must have washed over this root, leaving the dirt on the underside!

An interesting curved Eastern Red Cedar base!

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.


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