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Little Water (07/09/2006) The Little Water Fork of Mill Creek lined by Cow Parsnip.
Bee Visits Jacob s Ladder (07/09/2006) A bee visiting a Jacob's Ladder flower.
Twinberry?? (07/09/2006) Plants in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Cayon.
Monkey Flower (07/09/2006) The Monkey Flower (Mimulus spp.) used to included in the Scrophulariaceae family. They now put in the Phrymaceae family. Go Figure.
Monkey Flower (07/09/2006) This is a tiny Monkey Flower. The Monkey Flower (Mimulus spp.) used to included in the Scrophulariaceae family. They now put in the Phrymaceae family.
Monkey Flower (07/09/2006) This is a tiny Monkey Flower. Monkey Flower (Mimulus spp.) used to included in the Scrophulariaceae family. They now put in the Phrymaceae family.
Stinging Nettle (07/09/2006) Wearing shorts, I felt the stinging nettle before seeing it.
Moss Covered Stone (07/09/2006) A moss covered stone in the Little Water fork of Mill Creek.
Backlit Cow Parsnip (07/09/2006) This backlit Cowparsnip (Heracleum spp.) highlights the compound umbel structure of the Apiaceae family.
Indian Paintbrush (07/09/2006)
Little Water Trail (07/09/2006)
Indian Paintbrush (07/09/2006) Indian Paintbrush in Mill Creek Canyon.
Lupin (07/09/2006) My books all spell lupin as lupine.
Canine (07/09/2006) One of the many dogs found running about along the Little Water Trail.
Expedient Ingeniuty (07/09/2006) Coco is trying to figure out how to separate the hand from the kibble it contains.
Abundance of Little Water (07/09/2006) The Little Water trail crosses through several meadows of floral abundance.
Indian Paintbrush (07/09/2006) Indian Paintbrush in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
The Big and Little Water Trails at the top of the Mill Creek Canyon road is a popular place for enjoying wildflowers. The trails lead to Dog lake, and hook up with the Desolation Trail.
I usually take these trails on flower hunting expeditions, in which case I am looking down at the ground and not up at the scenery.
Mill Creek Canyon
(193 pictures) The trails start at the end of Mill Creek Canyon road.
(123 pictures) This is a good place to find wildflowers.
(71 pictures) The Big Water Trail connects with the Desolation Trail.
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