Down by the River

You never know who you’ll run into at the Springs.  This morning Kris Hinrichs, the outgoing director of the Lakefront Marathon, was taking pictures for her Project 365. We had a nice visit and compared notes on what was ailing our bodies.  I searched high and low on the various Project 365 websites and Facebook but could not find her photos.  Kris, if see this, please put a link to your Project 365 photo gallery in a comment to this post.

I took these pics on the way to get some drinking water for the day from the Scuppernong Spring.

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The Hillside Springs.

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Rich Csavoy and Lindsay Knudsvig joined me and our agenda was to re-pile the phragmites that our religious friends piled back in July so that it would burn better and to finish piling all the brush along the river trail.

These phragmites piles are too spread out and would be hard to start when covered with snow.  This area is by the Hidden Springs.IMG_0158 IMG_0159 IMG_0160

And after…

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The observation deck area by the Emerald Springs.IMG_1013 IMG_0165

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We almost finished piling all of the brush along the river trail.

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Thanks Rich and Lindsay!  I hope to have an “about” Rich page added to the site soon.

After the work was done, Lindsay and I took some time to enjoy Mother Nature and we scouted out some areas where we plan to open up additional Springs.

Be on my side,
I’ll be on your side

See you at the Springs!

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