Wednesday, January 05, 2011

It's said that moss grows on the north side of trees, and that may be the case most of the time. These dogwood trees have a yellowish moss all around their trunks, which would make navigation difficult if you went with the "north" idea exclusively.

1 comment:

Krys and Paul said...

I'm not buying that old saw - now it seems that it's the exception rather than the rule when I find a tree with moss on the north side. Maybe in a forest you could do a statistical average ;-) but out in the open, it's a crapshoot.