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For friends, family and the random search engine visitor. This blog started as an experiment in mobile blogging from my Palm TREO 600, 700, Prē, HTC Evo, Samsung 5, Pixel 3, Pixel 6 Pro. Now it serves as a simple repository of favorite activities. Expect bad golf, good fishing, great sailing, eating, drinking, adventure travel, occasional politics and anything else I find interesting along the way including, but not limited to, any of the labels listed here...

Monday, June 1, 2009

Scenes from a forest

On a Walkabout

New growth - Maples

The trail into our forties:

Norway pine plantation

Pond behind the beaver dam

The "40" Camp - Once a logginge camp, it is still used for hunting

White Pine just outside of our property

Some of the corner markers:

Violet -As identified by The Reader in comments

Canadian Violet - As identified by Ken

Fern growth exploding

Saw many of these as-yet-unidentifed young ferns with almost black leaves

Raspberries taking over in opened areas

Yellow birch growing out of old giant stump

Big fungus

Guided Forestry Tour:

Among the maples

Poplar growth in '94 clear cut area of the southern section.

Ken riding the trails

Old logging equipment scuff damage

Finding corners.

This yet-to-be-identified bird was really unhappy about us being in the particular location we were standing and talking. She flew very close to us - landing on a branch as close as one foot of MK to yell at him -
Mad Bird 1

Mad Bird 2

Mad Bird 3

One of many very large old stumps near the beaver dam

Interesting lichen growing on the stump


Robyn said...

if you are looking for names of the flora. I can help with the purple one.


nice pictures of the 5/40s looking forward to the comments.

mw said...

Added pictures and captions.

Robyn said...

looking forward to the pictures and commments from the 93/94 recently sent.

-never had any interest in visiting the site. the posts and poetry make me wonder why . thanks for creating this site a different sort of branch of our "family tree".

Robyn said...

is the logging cabin/hunting cabin on our 5/40s? where?