Hiking through Strange Sycamores and an Old Mill Site at Johnston Mill Nature Preserve

I am sharing this link to another blog, where the woods feel so familiar… Readers are lucky that now anyone can take a virtual hike with the creator of “Mark All My Words” via his lush blog:

Trees are living records of the past, carrying in their wood the traces of prior times and people.

Hiking through Strange Sycamores and an Old Mill Site at Johnston Mill Nature Preserve

 

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  1. So inviting. I miss forests. And geenral gree areas. The odd palm tree doesn’t quite do it.

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