I have some information on the slide history, geological formation in the area, and plant restoration, etc. that I want to share, but I have saved it all in iBooks, which refuses to cooperate. I will try those pieces of the puzzle when I sort out the technical difficulties. In the mean time, here are photos of Gray Slip this month. One on 10/8 and another on 10/22 that show the spring. I have arbitrarily titled it Spring #1. There is another (#2) down next to the highway. Of course, there has been no rain since the digging here uncovered this spring.
Monday Morning Plaskett Campground was full … Already. The over flow was creeping up Plaskett. By the weekend most flat spots will be filled. Before they are I got some more spring flowers. On Friday, they were almost all gone! I suspect that will change by this afternoon, when I head back home.
Ceanothus, blue and white on my property.
Tomorrow, I have another post ready to go, of shots taken on a back road I love to travel a couple times a year.
I tried to get this up earlier, but the blog has been busy. Don’t forget the photo contest! It ends in a week, and I only have I think it is FOUR entries! See March 15th post for details!
Lupine have been heralding Spring for a while now. This was taken recently.
Some sun up here today, and I understand good weather for the weekend and next week, prolonging the wildflower displays, I venture to guess.