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Chickahominy River ~ Fossils & History | Marginalia
Lunch break on a beach Inside a broad cove there’s a sand beach, out of the wind beneath a bluff. Cypress knees serve well for docking cleats. The beach is covered with purple-black and green berries, that Barbara tells us are pickerel weed seeds. They’re everywhere. You can see them in a distinct … Continue reading "Chickahominy River ~ Fossils & History"