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Gruchy Beach Trail

Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Bipolar, Jun 11, 2020.

  1. Bipolar

    Bipolar Well-Known Member

    This is a trail a fifteen minute drive from my home. Its a kilometre walk each way. Old growth forest.
    A beaver is gnawing at this tree. He will return and over a few days the tree will come down.
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    There are a lot of old cedar stumps here. The trees were cut down early in the 1900s cedar is very rot
    resistant. Seedlings grow out of the old stumps. Over time the stumps rot away leaving the tree with exposed octopus like roots.
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    Skunk Cabbage it grows in swampy wet areas. It has a strong smell a lot like a skunk.
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    Williams Creek clean very cold glacier water.
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    Grutchy's beach at the end of the trail.
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    Amazingly there was no bear poop on the trail going in or coming out.
     
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  2. Stephen Rundle

    Stephen Rundle In the Stop Bath

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