After rain most of the day, I went out briefly in the afternoon and avoided mostly getting wet.
The trails here were muddier than I have ever seen them:
Here is how my boots looked:
Many birds were singing including Belted Kingfisher, American Goldfinch, American Robin, Song Sparrow and Northern Cardinal.
I saw this sign as I was leaving:
From December to March, there are—for many of
the garden outdoors,
the garden of pots and bowls in the house,
and the garden of the mind’s eye. – Katharine S. White (1892–1977)
Thanks for this vicarious pleasure!
So are mosses a new field of interest for you? What resource do you use to identify them?
Thank you so much. I miss this place!
“Do not use trails when muddy”?! Did you fall or slip ever during this outing?
I would report to the City that this sign is in the wrong place!