Monday, May 24, 2010

Cottonwood Snowfall

There was a trail cleanup in Lexington too this weekend. Trashbags awaited pickup along the trail all through Lexington this morning.

When I was in grade school, near Rochester, New York, heaps and drifts of cottonwood seeds always marked the closing of school around mid-June. I don't know if the season has advanced since then or if Boston's poplars were always a bit ahead of Rochester's.

Near Tophet Swamp, Lexington


Today: 13 miles. This year: 383.1 miles.

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