Friday, March 13, 2009
Okay. I can't stop myself.
At one end of the covered bridge, between Rosemont and Seargeantsville, a derelict bank tangled with vines and undergrowth springs to life with thousands of Eranthis hyemalis early each March. I've watched this with delight for the ten years we've lived in this area. This would make a magnificent site for a garden, with its view of the covered bridge and below it the Wickecheoke Creek.
What is surprising this year is the presence of honey bees, a rare sight even in summer.
But these can't hold a candle to Craig's photos at Ellis Hollow.