Report Type: TM Report
Trail Name: West Rock Ridge SP
Trail Conditions: Bug Free and Mud Free
Observations/Information: I put in 10 hours of trailwork on Tuesday and Thursday of this week, reblazing and cutting back hiking trails, plus dealing with invasive plant species along Baldwin Drive. The trails are bone dry and dusty and the bugs are gone. Even some of the invasives are looking a bit wilted. I collected five buckets worth of old bottles and cans, plus I found a tire that I had the state take away. Enjoy the photos of wildflowers along Baldwin Drive. To see all the wildflower photos, visit my updated website for the park: http://westrocktrails.blogspot.com
Trail Ambassador Name: Tom Ebersold
Trail Ambassador E-mail: bikehikekayak123 [at] sbcglobal [dot] net
How did you use the trail? Hiking/Walking
Trails Ridden: Baldwin Drive, etc.
Time of day: Morning
Time/Duration (hours): 10
Approximate Distance (Miles): 2
Image 1: Yellow aster, Baldwin Dr. at first curve, 7-14.jpg
Image 2: Purple field thistle, Baldwin Dr., 8-14.jpg
Image 3: Bouncing bet (soapwort), Baldwin Dr. at first curve, 7-14.jpg
Image Description(s)/Instructions: The yellow flower is an aster. The purple flower is thistle. The white flower is soapwort.