No great words of wisdom (hah! as if ...) today. I have exams and exam reviews to create for the little darlings who fill my classroom. There's also this nagging bit of professional development work (NBPTS) that I have put off like a typical student ...
... so here's a few photos from a short hike in San Felasco Hammock State Preserve near Gainesville. It's a gorgeous example of Florida sandhill forest communities and some typical sandy, shallow Florida creeks.
At this point, you could still hear the cars on I-75, but that soon faded away.
Florida sandhill creeks are quiet ... no showy waterfalls or splashy rapids.
Okay, who is this?
A trail of mushrooms beckoned along a fallen log, but alas, I was not 3 inches tall.