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19. Ferny places


For me ferny places are enchanted.  The hugging cliff walls in this one just add to the mystery.

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  1. Yes, I love walking through ferns. There is a section of my morning walk where I go through ferns it is the best part.

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    1. I agree with that "the ferns are the best part" of any walk.

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  2. I love the smell of the rich, organic soil.

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    1. There is nothing like a rainforest to get an understanding of decomposition into rich brown goodness.

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