But first, and the crowd sighs "Aw crap", let me tell you how the walk went. The first picture is from the beginning of the trail.
|That is one big tree|
OK, Flatlanders. The bear could care less if you talk loud. Apparently the bear couldn't care if you were even there. So here you are.............
As we continue on, the next picture is of a tree root. Not deep, but really wide.
|Pacific Yew Tree|
She just kept scratching on the tree looking for bugs to eat. She wasn't very big, maybe 150 lbs.
|I know there is lunch in there somewhere.|
|The Three Graces|
So that was our June trip this year. Not a lot of fishing, but you don't see a bear up close and personal every day. I doubt I'll be out this week since it's supposed to be well over 100 degrees through Saturday. If I do decide to brave the heat, I'll be sure to let you know.
And the answer to the question from the first post was Sequoia. It is the only tree that uses every vowel in the name. Howard was the only one to hazard a guess and since I gave the answer in the post I decided not to send Howard any flies. Complain all you want Howard, it won't do you any good. Signed: The grumpy Geezer.