|The Emmett Lee Dickinson Museum||
We visited Shenandoah River State Park last week and walked the Bluebells Trail. The flowers were beautiful, and they seemed to go on for miles. The experience called to mind Emily Dickinson's poem "South winds jostle them" -- and though I "present them here" (i.e., the bluebells), we did not pluck them. We only photographed them.
Below: The was a short hike to a lookout point where we got a nice view of the southern branch of the Shenandoah River.
A poetry log for the Emmett Lee Dickinson Museum (above the coin-op Laundromat on Dickinson Boulevard in historic Washerst, Pennsylvania).