Tag Archives: South Carolina
Glassy Mountain is a monadnock that is the remnant of a pluton. For information on its origins check last year’s post here. Our field trip was scheduled a little earlier this year than when we usually visit. However, most of … Continue reading
Daudie and John went back to Twin Bridges on March 28, 2020. Penny went to Ashmore on April 2, 2020. Twin Bridges Pictures Photography by Daudie and John Colton. (Click on any picture to zoom). Ashmore Heritage Preserve Pictures Photography … Continue reading
Daudie, John, & Penny checked out Station Cove on Wednesday (separately – I was leaving, they were coming). We’d had 3 inches of rain in Brevard earlier in the week. Clearly they had a bunch down at Oconee State Park … Continue reading
Information about the construction and operation of the Lake Jocassee Pumped Storage Facility can be found here. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt and Penny Longhurst. Click on any picture to zoom. Plants that are non-native to North America are indicated by … Continue reading
Photography by Ken Borgfeldt. (Click on any picture to zoom) Plants that are non-native to North America are indicated by an asterisk (*) placed after the species name.
Photography by Helen Colson, Alice Greko, David Heavner, Richard Holzman, & Lucy Prim. Click on any picture to zoom.
On the way to the walk we were discussing the origins of Glassy Mountain and Kent researched it when he got home. Here is what he found. Monadnocks are mostly about what’s there – not how they got there. A … Continue reading
Click on any picture to enter the slide show. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Alice Greko
Thirty-two members turned out for our first field trip of the year! Click on any picture to enter the slide show. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Alice Greko
Click on any picture to zoom. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Penny Longhurst