Tuesday, March 11, 2014

A Too Short Break on a Bald

I had a bit a of field blitz hitting a few far flung sites that I wrapped up today. Today was Spring with warm sun. 
I stretched out and took a 5 minute nap at this spot simply because it would have been wrong not to. Alas I was not able to linger and now lot of typing reports ahead. The rock is a outcrop of igneous complex covered in a carpet of moss. The term for these features is balds. Perhaps my favorite landscape on a warm early Spring day.   

1 comment:

Geoffrey Middaugh said...

In my opinion, you are napping in the PNW's most unique and threatened vegetation regimes. Cool, I can feel the karma. The arbutus in the background is smiling....