Monday, May 30, 2016


A couple weeks ago my neighbor and I went out to Shindagin Hollow to do trail maintenance on a section of the Finger Lakes Trail we take care of.  It's always a pleasure since it's such a nice corner of the county, but timing was in our favor this year.  We started noticing patches of white trillium as we went down into the valley, but when we got near the bottom we saw it in a way neither of us had ever experienced before.  After clearing up the trail we went back for a walk along the hillside, the trillium looked like this for about a half a mile along the road.

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