Thursday, August 20, 2009

Webster Woods - far northeastern edge

I mis-spoke when I said there was nothing interesting on the northeastern edge of Webster Woods in Falmouth. There is one little valley right behind the houses with a small typical kettle-hole-style rock pile site: piles sort of in lines, sort of evenly space. Here are a couple. They may not look like much but with the effort it takes to find them, they should be shown.
These woods are full of outlines that look like a place someone could sit. They consist of a small "U" filled in or stoppered with smaller rocks.

Aren't the heart-leafed lillies (the small green shiny-leafed plant) pretty. This is more of a beach tree and heart-leafed lilly kind of place, rather than blueberry.

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