Gwynn Creek

June 13, 2006

High overcast, no wind, cool temperatures and great companions: a perfect day for hiking at the coast. Parking on the Cummins Creek road, we hiked along the coast trail to Devils Churn, then back past the visitors center at Cape Perpetua, up Cooks Ridge ( massive Sitka Spruce) then down the Gwynn Creek drainage (massive Douglas Fir) and back to the car, about an eight mile loop. Thankfully for the rest of us, Barb Revere was along to identify most of the beautiful plants that were strutting their stuff along the way: butter cups, foxglove, candy flower, monkey flower and indian paint brush.

Members: Carolyn Higgins, Cork Higgins, Sherwood Jefferies and Barb Revere.

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