pink lady slipperwhite clintonia
 


April 24, 2003
Maintained as part of a historic nature trail, this land was once owned by Noah "Bud" Ogle and his wife, Cindy. They built and lived in this log cabin and began farming their 400 acres in 1879.
Bud Ogle Nature Trail
Great Smoky Mountain National Park

 

Photos from these hikes:
Mar.15, 2003: Long Hunter State Park, Lebanon, TN
Mar. 20, 2003: Mossy Ridge Trail, Percy Warner Park, Nashville, TN
Mar. 22, 2003: Radnor Lake State Park, Nashville, TN
Mar. 28, 2003: Mossy Ridge Trail, Percy Warner, Nashville, TN
Mar. 29, 2003: BlueBell Island & Collins Gulf in Savage Gulf Wilderness Area, South Cumberland State Park
Apr. 03, 2003: Mossy Ridge Trail, Percy Warner Park, Nashville, TN
Apr. 05, 2003: Shakerag Hollow, Perimeter Trail, University of the South, Sewanee, TN
Apr. 12, 2003: Standing Stone State Park, near Livingston, TN
Apr. 18, 2003: Beaman Park, Nashville, TN
Apr. 19, 2003: Cedars of Lebanon State Park, Lebanon, TN
Apr. 24, 2003: Sugarland to Ash Hopper Branch Trail, Great Smoky Mts. National Park
Apr. 24, 2003: Bud Ogle Nature Trail, Great Smoky Mts. National Park
Apr. 25, 2003: Courthouse Rock hike,
Great Smoky Mts. National Park
Apr. 25, 2003: Chimneys trail, Great Smoky Mts. National Park
Apr. 26, 2003: Great Smoky Mts. National Park
Apr. 27, 2003: Abrams Falls trail, Cades Code, Great Smoky Mts. National Park


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