June 25, 2010
Long-time Strange-Trippers will remember when we found this Eriophorum gracile (commonly known as "Cottongrass") growing in a perfect circle out here. The circle has long vanished, but these hardy descendants are still hanging in there.

Botanists I have queried have no idea how these came here from across the mountains, and much less why they initially took on that circular form. I'm sticking with my original field mice hypothesis.

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