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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

8/2/16 Stillwater River Trail

Another hot one on the way ( It got over 90) but I had decided to try shorter daily hikes; so we got an early start and headed for nearby Orono. It was still comfortable for our walk.

The trail starts downtown and follows the river for a couple of miles.

There was a some interesting vegetation along the way.

 and, of course, water for Kelley


Some kind of grass

The point at which we turned back

Unknown berries

Last chance before the car

A nice little outing. Kelley did well and I stuck to 1 hour. 


  1. Love that Jewelweed. I don't think I've ever come across that.
    I chuckle-your "short" outings are more than most people do in a week!

  2. Thanks Sue there is a similar yellow flower called Pale touch me not or pale Jewelweed. We used to do about 3 hours most days


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