Sunday, May 30, 2010

Walking the George F. Canyon


Native and non-native plants.

The Canyon and the Stein/Hale Nature Trail is located at the intersection of PV Drive N. and PV Drive E.
The Stein and Hale families generously contributing the 36 acre park to the City of Rolling Hills Estates. The trail was dedicated in May of 1993. [Ref. - the trail map.]

8 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful photos of the flowers and the scenery. Looks like a nice hiking trail!

Paula said...

Beautiful photo set, it looks like the perfect day to be out on that trail.

Petrea Burchard said...

Just catching up today, Tash. Not a clunker on this page. Boy you've shot some beauties lately! It's a treat to visit.

Bibi said...

Oh, for a walk in the hills! Gorgeous.

Cezar and Léia said...

What a beautiful day dear Tash!
Your collage is perfect, it's a beautiful mosaic of flowers!
I would love to be there and take a good walk around this lovely place!
Have a nice Monday
hugs
Léia

altadenahiker said...

PA and I were just wondering whether the wild cucumber is a native. Got to look that up. Really nice, Tash.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

those yellow pin cushion daisys grow in great abundance where you are. Especially on the road to the archery range. Beautiful

spacedlaw said...

Right now our path ways are bordered with poppies. A few buttercups, malva,dandelions and such but mostly poppies. Such a glorious sight.