Two people contributed readings today, Rosemary and David.
Friday, July 25, 2014
Twenty one ramblers gathered at 8AM on this slightly muggy morning to see what we could find at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. Don Hunter's photos of today's Ramble are here; those that appear in this post were selected from them.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Today's report is written by Hugh Nourse with photographs by, as usual, Don Hunter. Don's album is available here. This post has just a small selection of all his photos.
Eighteen Ramblers assembled on a beautiful morning (60 degrees) by the Arbor on the Lower Parking Lot at 8 AM.
Route: Foot of the Dunson garden, Power line down to river; right on White trail; turned around and returned back to parking lot.
Friday, July 11, 2014
Twenty two ramblers appeared to take advantage of a relatively cool morning.
Don Hunter's album of today's walk is here. The photos in this post were selected from his album. When you see Don thank him for his wonderful work!
We had two readings today, a Mary Oliver poem, Moccasin Flowers, read by Rosemary Woodel and Jackie Elsner read selections from China Marine by E. B. Sledge (© 2002 The University of Alabama Press):
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Nineteen intrepid ramblers met at 8 AM by the Arbor to listen to two inspiring poems. the first was by one of our own ramblers Bob Ambrose, which he recited (did not read):
Don Hunter's photo album for todays ramble is here.
The reading today was from Bill Pierson. Two Haiku:
An old pond--
a frog jumps in
the sound of water
Matsuo Bashō (1644-1694)
An old pond--
after jumping in,
Our ramble today was through the International Garden to the Physic Garden, Heritage Garden, and Flower Garden to see the Native Flower Meadows, then down the Purple Trail to the Orange trail. Then the Orange upriver to the Power Line Right of Way and up the Power line Right of Way to some mints. We returned to the White Trail and back to the Arbor.
Don Hunter's photos of the ramble can be seen at this link.