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Out (Again)

I am predictable, if nothing else.  Very nearly one year later, I am back at the same place.  This time, we took a picnic to the Crockett's Cove Presbyterian Church.  The grounds were full of many kinds of mushrooms and busy moths.  All this wet weather makes things just right for mushrooms.

Crockett's Cove Presbyterian Church

Laurel was a walking baby this time.  "I walk," she said.  And that she did.
The area was fenced in, so that gave us a bit of security.  A bit.

Big Oaks

The big oaks were still there, of course, and I have yet to collect those acorns.
This Fall, then, I will come back.  I really want my grandmother to see the oldest cemetery.

Grapes in there

Willow put grapes in her cheeks and I couldn't resist a photo.
She loved our tuna salad lunch and Little Debbie cake dessert.

The Wanderer

Laurel on the move here.  Willow was right.
We shouldn't have left the rope in the car.
She kept breaking out of the cemetery
and seemed quiet intent about walking across the valley.

Cove Cemetery

This one is just across from the church.
It's not as historic, but it does have lovely views.

On the gate

And here's our climber in the shade.  He really had a wonderful time.
We saw numerous wild animals, which really pleased him.
The whole trip was a delight.


( 4 trees — Plant a Forest )
Jul. 17th, 2015 11:40 pm (UTC)
Sounds lovely! There is a graveyard near us that I hope to explore soon. I just love that picture of Willow... looking so happy and summery.
Ginger Schneider
Jul. 18th, 2015 02:46 am (UTC)
I just love Willow's picture, too!! What a beautiful shot!! She's really a beauty. All your babies are. And look at Laurel looking just like Carrie Ingalls!! I love it!!
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( 4 trees — Plant a Forest )

A Blessed Wilderness

It was just like being in heaven, being in there. In those days there was no road. The park was all a blessed wilderness. I have often thought what a wonderful people we would have been if we had wanted to keep it that way.

~Adolph Murie, biologist, on Denali


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