I figured it for an epiphyte of some sort and knew it wasn/t spanish
moss. It probably doesn't grow there and, even if it did, it doesn't
appear to grow long enough. But, speaking of spanish moss, I took some
shots of lots of it the other day. Maybe I'll post some shots.
Charles Geilfuss wrote:
> Until Moose replies I'll take a guess. It's a little too short and wispy
> for Spanish Moss (lord knows we have enough of it around here for
> comparison). My guess is that it is some western form of epiphyte perhaps a
> lichen. Also the tree seems to be dead so it may be something consuming the
> dead wood.
> On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 7:48 AM, Chuck Norcutt <
> chucknorcutt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Looks like a very nice and peaceful spot. I assume that's your new RV
>> which you haven't mentioned since buying it that I can recall. What's
>> the stuff in the trees that looks a bit like spanish moss?
>> Chuck Norcutt
>> Moose wrote:
>>> We snuck away for three days at the beginning of the week. When faced
>>> with the choice between natural beauty and Wi-Fi, we chose to be
>>> incommunicado for a bit.
>>> We had the entire upper RV area to ourselves,
>>> along a beautiful river
>>> with abundant wildlife.
>>> Some other images are here.
>>> And I'll be adding more.
>>> We spent most of Tuesday just hanging around the campground, watching
>>> the many birds and mammals and the changing light. A brief visit to
>>> Eden. Come April 1st., abalone season opens, and all the local camp/RV
>>> grounds will be full of activity. You can bet we will be watching for a
>>> spot of nice weather there next March!
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