Sunday, October 18, 2020

Hiking With the Gang

The crew was all together and ready for some hiking.

An aptly named red-eyed mayfly.

Found while hiking at Onondaga Cave State Park. The reinforced door locked 3 times definitely seemed like the normal door to a cave and not the lair of a flesh eating beast where people are taken when they fish without a license.

"The CCC and WPA in Missouri State Parks

Civilian Conservation Corps/Works Progress Administration enrollee labor created facilities in the Missouri state park system that endure to the present. Nearly 250 buildings and structures they constructed are now in the National Register of Historic Places. These and other projects are still visible throughout the 17 current Missouri state parks and historic sites improved by their efforts."

Oh what we can accomplish with a four term Democratic president.

Very hungry woolly bear caterpillars chowing down at Meramec State Park near near Sullivan, MO. According to legend, the longer the woolly bear’s black bands, the longer, colder, snowier, and more severe the winter will be. 

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