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In May 2019 Penny took a wildflower & waterfalls trip to New England. The route was north on Route 7 from the Connecticut/Massachusetts border to Burlington, Vermont, and then further north almost to the Canadian border before returning south alongside … Continue reading
Another double-header! Joe and Penny have shared pictures of their trips to Yellowstone. Joe & Mary camped there during August 2010 & Penny visited in May 2016 and September 2017 (23 waterfalls!). Photography by Joe Standaert & Penny Longhurst Resources: … Continue reading
Lucy writes “Here are pictures from the Lake District in England. Bob and I always stay in Grasmere when we go there, and from there we walk to our hearts’ content, miles and miles of footpaths, some going up into … Continue reading
Another wildflowers and waterfalls trip! We started in Portland and quickly revisited the Columbia Gorge waterfalls before heading south to Silverton. We then continued south to Silver Falls State Park, Cottage Grove, Lemolo Lake, & Crater Lake (only 1 mile … Continue reading
My son and his family invited me to tag along while they spent a week at Beaver Creek, Colorado. I think they had in mind to do away with me as we rode ATV ‘s in the back country and … Continue reading
Pictures are from a June 2018 hiking trip to explore the waterfalls of Washington State. We started in Portland and crossed into Washington on the Bridge of the Gods. After visiting Beacon Rock State Park, we drove north through Gifford … Continue reading
Richard visited Eva Russell Chandler Heritage Preserve & Wildcat Wayside Park on September 23rd & Penny was at Ashmore Heritage Preserve on October 9th. Photography by Richard Holzman & Penny Longhurst. (Click on any picture to zoom & enter the slide … Continue reading
About Flat Rock Park: Owned and managed by the Village of Flat Rock, the 66-acre park has a flat, open green space and a 1.3 mile trail that you can walk or run. The Park offers a picnic pavilion and … Continue reading
Photography by Richard Holzman. (Click on any picture to zoom & enter the slide show) Plants that are non-native to North America are indicated by an asterisk (*) placed after the species name.
Photography by Penny Longhurst & Aleta Tisdale. Click on any picture to zoom.