Sinks, tupelos, and longleaf pines.

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jamesrobertsmith
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Sinks, tupelos, and longleaf pines.

Post by jamesrobertsmith » Wed Jun 03, 2015 3:07 pm

Photos and some video of the Leon Sinks Geological Area near Crawfordville, Florida. It was an interesting walk through a unique area. I would liked to have also hiked the trail into the swamp, but I didn't have enough time.


Leon Sinks: http://tilthelasthemlockdies.blogspot.c ... e-day.html

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Re: Sinks, tupelos, and longleaf pines.

Post by Larry Tucei » Mon Jun 08, 2015 9:12 pm

JRS- Cool stuff- Florida can be amazing it's like no other place in the US. Those Sinks, Springs and Caves are full of Fossils. Florida Geology is like no other! Larry

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