Apr 19, 2012

Modern mole hills had mountainous past

The corollary of the good old days as being so good …

Is that the bad things weren’t as bad.

Not very conducive for paddling
As seen on Turner River

Case in point is exotic vegetation:

Back in the 1960s hydrilla was the big concern.


Then came melaleuca, brazillian pepper, old world climbing fern and now – although not a plant, but it can be hid in plants – pythons by the plethora full.

This dense mat of hydrilla never looked so good!

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