KAYAK ADVENTURE TOUR!
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THE END. And the beginning. I love this brief period in summer. The wild and exuberant flowering that began in early March is finally coming to its end. Well, almost. Flowering Rosebay rhododendron can be found here and there, sourwoods are still blooming a little as well, and the Devil's walking sticks are exploding with giant flower plumes. But mostly, it’s the time of mid-summer peace that nature seems to take and need before beginning the slow but certain transition to fall. The color of nature is ubiquitously dark green now, the feeling is of certain rest. Except for the cicadas of course, and the night chorus of katydids.