Sunday, September 21, 2008
Little River Canyon Alabama:There were scenic views along the rim
One, of the many, things that Joan (curator of native plants USNA) is really good at is wringing the most out of the time we spend on collecting trips. We start every day early and we end every day late and we visit more different sites than I can ever believe. Our last stop on this trip, Little River Canyon, in northern Alabama, though it was actually only a launching pad for Friday's long drive home, turned out to be the most beautiful area we visited, second in botanical interest only to the dolomite glades of Bibb County, and well, just a special place.
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