|Morning Dark Sky
What the heck does a sky like this mean- disaster maybe? Then it lightened so I went over to the river trail on a hot, sultry, soggy hike. But I made it home before the big rain.
|Island In the River.
The day was gray, but the forest is still pretty lush. And before you ask; you can canoe or kayak safely to the north for a couple of hundred miles, and further if you want. The river has receded with the lack of rain, and looks benign, but it's still pretty cold.
|River to the North.
Tiger lilies grow wild along the river bank in the oddest places.
|Wild Tiger Lilly.
|Seed pods on a White Ash tree.
This turtle was sunbathing in a wetland on another day,but I thought you might enjoy seeing him. I never tire of Song Sparrows who are around despite the heat. And of course, a four legged creature, the Red Squirrel.
A Post to Sky Watch Friday @http://skyley.blogspot.com/
I'm posting this in rather a rush as blogger/google is messing up again.