Today's Ramble was lead by Linda Chafin.
Here's the link to Don's Facebook album for today's Ramble. (All the photos in this post are compliments of Don.)
Today's post was written by Dale Hoyt and Don Hunter.
Twenty Ramblers met today.
Today's reading: Linda read Weather by Faith Shearin. You can find it here. Linda also thought that Ramblers would find this piece about the benefits of walking in nature of interest.
Announcements: Guided walk at Sandy Creek Nature Center 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 5. Mike Wharton will be leading a walk through the areas recently cleared and planted as part of the managed forest project at the center. (You can always check our Announcements page for the latest information about upcoming events.)
Today's route: On the other side of the parking area to examine a Red Buckeye, the down the mulched path to the Dunson Native Flora Garden. Then through the garden at our usual "speed of botany."
|Frost damaged leaves and male cones of Ginkgo|