On Saturday, I attended another meeting in the Davenport House at St. George's School. I had the opportunity to visit with friends and take another hike above the Little Spokane River. I was surprised to find quite a large network of trails above the school.
The door of an old building on St. George's campus.
A few of us were discussing native plants when we happened upon a fairly large patch of death camas. This deadly little plant typically grows in marshes and meadows, but in this instance, we found it thriving on a dry, rocky peak.