Sunday, July 19, 2009

Hegman Lake Pictographs, with Carnivorous Plants

On July 1, we decided to go canoeing no matter the weather, up to but perhaps not quite including tornadoes. With the help of the Timber Trail outfitting staff, we loaded up an aluminum beast and went out to Hegman Lakes to see the pictographs. They were pretty nice, even coming from someone who's spoiled by the excellent pictographs and petroglyphs of the Southwest. But a little ways beyond the pictographs was a floating bog containing tons of carnivorous plants - pitcher plants and sundews (and also a few iris, which are not carnivorous). Wow!

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