Week of September 17
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Whispering Pine Trails

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Whispering Pine Trails, California

Here the keen eye may see evidence of the many layers of human presence on this land, the Native Peoples presence was light but nearby an Acorn grinding rock, in the eighteen fifties Prospectors Read more...

Here the keen eye may see evidence of the many layers of human presence on this land, the Native Peoples presence was light but nearby an Acorn grinding rock, in the eighteen fifties Prospectors swarmed these hills and in the streams, large and small, left deep traces of their effort, the top of this hill was once known as "the wheat field'. Square nails and Horse Shoes sometimes turn up, cast offs of another time.

The constant here has been the forest, the "wheat field" is gone without a trace and tall trees grow in old campsites. The list of species that thrive here is rather long, for in normal times, this was a prime area for trees and shrubs to grow in. Plant identification information is provided at camp.

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