by Nancy Pezel, 12 May 2018.
The weather was perfect for our group of 12 members to enjoy a lovely walk searching for spring wildflowers.
David Bedry led the group down the Browne Creek Trail to Dinner Rock Bluffs and the campground.
Along the sunnier edges of the forest we saw Pacific dogwood and Saskatoon berry in bloom. Sally spotted some striped coralroot as well. Death Camas were just beginning to flower in some of the grassy openings, while the Monkey flowers and chocolate lilies were in full bloom. Nodding onions provided a culinary treat.
Carpets of sea blush dotted the tops of the bluffs as we got closer to the ocean.
And we sure enjoyed those ocean views!