>> A bony bunny? January 22, 2022January 23, 2022 11 Comments As we continued on the gully got wider. Still more treasures to discover. With the bark missing, you are able to see how the tree was twisted. This was the gully we were in mostly. It was not a particularly deep or steep like some we have traveled. As always, I must look into the holes on the sides. Close up the twin holes are visible. Was this a condo or duplex? Both holes looked deep. The gully spread out even further as we went down hill. A Common Green Stink bug nymph laid dead in our path! Several places had Inland Seaoats along the gully. White with brown rings on the shelf fungus! Then we came to a deep ravine! No running water, however there were several pools. A beautiful Palmetto Lichen (Ramalina celastri)! Whoa, this was a cool find! It was lying in the leaf litter. It had been gnawed. As per my usual, I turned it to a different angle for a photo. OMG, it seems to be saying LOL. Another angle! Top of the skull. Now doesn’t this look like a bony bunny? More tomorrow! For Pilot Bessie Coleman, Every ‘No’ Got Her Closer to ‘Yes’ Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.