June 19, 2004
It was a beautiful day for an easy moderate wildflower hike.
Although some said that the flowers were two weeks or so past their
peak due to the unusually hot and dry spring, we were not disappointed.
Pink, blue and yellow flowered meadows delighted us with pink and blue
puffballs (anybody know what they are called?), yellow monkey flowers,
larkspur, camas, sunflower-like balsamroot, columbines and others.
And many woodland flowers were in bloom as well such as wild iris,
wood violets, twin flowers, and dogwood flowers.
were the lucky ones to enjoy this lovely hike.