Yellow, white, and shades of blue tint violet flowers growing along the ever-deepening foot trail that spans between Table Rock and Oconee Mountain. Tassels of yellowroot adorned with tiny star-shaped flowers appear at frequent intervals. Bright green mosses stand upright like miniature trees and crawl over downed trees and damp rocks like carpets of fern, and vertical banks grow thick patches of pussy-toes like a living wall. Living leaves peak through fallen leaves against forest floor in colors and patterns that decorators have coveted for centuries. Christmas fern fiddleheads unfurl before our eyes, and for a day or two they resemble the heads of young, proud dragons. Take a walk on the wild side as soon as you can and see these common wonders for yourself.~K


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