The trail is well marked.
(I wish our driveway was this overgrown ... no mowing!
I'm really into 'natural' gardening these days.)
Ok, it's a 'cat faced' Long-leaf pine tree.
This tree was once tapped for turpentine.
NOW they tell us!!?? Yipes!
After that bear sign, I'm NOT leaving the trail!
The little birdie's love palmetto bushes, especially the Towhee.
There's one area that crosses the swamp.
It was very cool, dark and damp there.
The Bald Cypress is the only conifer in the US that is deciduous.
I hope you enjoyed the walk as much as I did. I know I say it frequently, but this part of Georgia is so pretty and so very photogenic. It's especially nice when the bugs have disappeared for the rest of the year. [smile] There is something about 'communing' with nature that always makes me feel even closer to God the Father.