It was the day after the official day of Spring, but don’t tell that to the pinxster azaleas. They have been in bloom for several weeks now, but there were more bushes in bloom yesterday when we paddled up Womack Creek battling NE winds of up to 10mph on the Ochlockonee before entering the protected area of Womack creek.
Stereotypical blue sky and cool temperature at 56 at put-in and add to that swallowtails, pinxster azaleas and fringe tree.
Womack creek is such a gift of native flowers which offer a changing palate of colors, scents and feeling. Like the waters of the creek, each visit is different.