The sun came out for a few days and started drying the trail. But, alas, it’s raining again today. That’s OK. The sun will reappear.
When out walking you’ll find that the wildflowers are really starting to bloom. Lots of Siberian Candy Flower along the trail between Posts #3 and #8. You can find lots of bleeding heart, especially along the trail between posts 14 and 16. You can find lots of trillium west of post #15. They are also plentiful between the bridge and Post #17. Trillium Loop (the trail between posts #7-6-9-and 10) is also a good place to see them.
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We recently got a memo from Pope Resources explaining their harvest plans. It will be scanned in and posted on this site pretty soon.
The connector trail between Buck Lake Rd. and Cora Ave. will be closed to the public for a while. There is a parcel of land along this trail that has been purchased and the buyer will be constructing a driveway from Buck Lake Rd. to his property. When finished, he will share the driveway with Greenway hikers.
We have recently placed emergency locator markers on our signposts. These are GPS locators tied to the county emergency service. If you are in trouble or injured, when you call 911, give your location in relation to one of the red markers.
We will be replacing the steps on the viewing platform at Lower Hawks Pond within the next week. The old ones are coming loose and will be a hazard if we don’t do something soon.