Thursday, April 12, 2007

Phenology



Like Sir Alexander Cuming, we left the hills of Nequassee and the Tannassy on an April day, and took the old trading route back to Charleston. But this April's day was cold and snowy. Coming back from the dolphins, the alligators and the egrets, the orchards along the way were sad sights, the peaches and the apples a total loss, we're told. What a frozen spring, 2007!

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