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Old 06-27-2010, 09:47 PM
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Default Chimney Rock 6/27/10

Upon arriving at Chimney Rock at first it was disheartening with lots of tall alien grasses and thistles. However, continuing down the trail to the point there were quite a few species in bloom. It certainly wasn't as flowery as peak season, but it was a very nice day. I identified twenty-six native species in bloom. Elephant seals are still around, not much wind in the morning and there were very few people, even on a Saturday morning. You will also seen a number of flowers in bloom on the main Pt. Reyes road and if you go to Pt. Reyes via Lucas Valley road from Highway 101. I have posted photos, a plant list and more details on my blog:
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http://sandysteinman.wordpress.com

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