Tours, Trails & Group Rides

Stream and Bamboo

Back on our home turf, Basil and I took a short ride with Mr. Diarist  under a darkening sky, next to one of our lush stream beds:

The draped vine made this view look almost Southern, and made me think of cypress swamps:

Bamboo is flourishing on one side of this waterway.  It’s beautiful stuff, but tremendously invasive, and hard to control.

This variety has obviously adapted well to the Mid-Atlantic climate.

There’s a peculiar little pedestrian bridge that crosses the stream here — there may be a park on the other side, but Basil settled merely for ascending the steps, on this particular day, and we went off exploring in a different direction.