Pitcher plants


I’ve been scouring the countryside for these babies and ran into some beauties in the fourth mountain bog.

My son, Matt, and I have been growing carnivorous plants for a few years so it is fun to see them in their native habitat.

A nice bolete


Some pretty scenes from yesterday evening


Then it started to rain last night and rained most of the day today. The trail  got messy.


The hemlocks up north are healthy and majestic


Red squirrel – they can be annoying.

Red spruce (top) and white spruce

Fruit of the “stinking Benjamin” trillium

Spring peeper (“X” on the back)


Huckleberries


Lots to see out here,

Junco


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