White Pines and Trout Waters

I’ve been seeing lots of huge white pines recently. Here’s the bark


And here’s a bit of prose I shared with you earlier, from Henry David Thoreau


I also hiked by some beautiful trout streams and wanted to give a shout out to my brother, Pete


He would have worked these waters while I made excuses as to why I was not catching anything


Today was wrinkly acorn day


A four lobed sassafras, like a four leafed clover


I went left, it being a Tuesday and all


A few other nice moments of the day


And the fungi were looking good 


Some American chestnuts from a rare nut producing tree


Rolling on,

Junco

3 comments

  1. Pat and Marty · October 5, 2016

    So cool to see the chestnuts. Thanks for sharing all the photos.

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    • kevinhikes · October 6, 2016

      Pat, My pleasure – seems like I’ve been seeing one or two chestnut trees a day with fruit – maybe I’m just more observant now.

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  2. psrand2013 · October 5, 2016

    Nice river, Junco.

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