Tag Archives: Virginia bluebells

Almost there

Three weeks ago we had a snowstorm just after the first day of Spring. The dip in temperatures delayed the peak bloom of the cherry blossoms on the Tidal Basin by a few weeks, and it’s just now coming to … Continue reading

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Looking back on 2016

Looking back, it has certainly been a busy year for hiking! Our hiking group grew by 1,779 members, from 6,796 to 8,575, and we met for 103 events during 2016, hiking a total of 450 miles at locations throughout Virginia, … Continue reading

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Now that’s more like it!

This morning we went for a hike in Riverbend Park, on the south bank of┬áthe Potomac River in Northern Virginia. Our stated intent was to see if any Virginia bluebells had popped up, but also┬ájust to enjoy one of the … Continue reading

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