First Signs of Spring around Otter Creek

With the first storm of Spring, five inches of rain fell on the Valley this week. Much needed.

The Bradford Pears are about two weeks later than last year…

Daffodils just emerged this week…

The Trout Lily is the first wildflower to arrive…

Next comes the Blood Root, a Cherokee medicine staple…

The Corn field in the bottomland along Otter Creek has been plowed…

Otter Creek was swollen by the rains, but Buddy never noticed…

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