20 Photos - May 11, 2014
Photo: Diana, Dick & Dave waiting for the first arrivalsPhoto: Richmond introduces The Bluff TrailPhoto: Demonstrating how to locate a position on a mapPhoto: Another youth group passes by on their way to The Bluff TrailPhoto: Onto the boardwalkPhoto: On the boardwalk, we look at a wetland, with lots of tamaracks, sphagnum moss, Labrador tea and pitcher plantsPhoto: Nova Scotia's official flower: Trailing Arbutus or Mayflower, in bloomPhoto: 'Figuring out where we arePhoto: Using newly acquired map skillsPhoto: Richmond looks on..Photo: David P. talks about Broom Crowberry and its relation to firePhoto: Broom CrowberryPhoto: Red Maple flowersPhoto: Polypody fernPhoto: Old Man's Beard lichenPhoto: We cross the whalebackPhoto: By Cranberry LakePhoto: What is wilderness, ask Richmond, and why is this wilderness special? We got some thoughtful answers.Photo: Lungwort lichen, an Indicator of good air qualityPhoto: The Bluff Trail