Monthly Archive: March 2014

Mar 19

Amicalola Falls: Trail from the Base of the Falls

un-opened Blood Root (Whippoorwill Trillium in the background)

Spring is so near, but seems so far away. The North Georgia Mountains continue to be colder than usual for this time of year and the spring wildflowers are not making their normal progress. On the 9th of March, I traversed some of the Trail from the Base of the Amicalola Falls and was surprised …

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Mar 16

Spring Is Finally in the Air

Gibbs Gardens

Spring plants are a little bit behind schedule here in the North Georgia Mountains this year—our winter has been a bit colder than usual. I’ve been waiting and waiting for the wild flowers to waken at Amicalola Falls and the daffodils to strut their stuff at Gibbs Gardens. After closely watching both areas for two …

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Mar 11

Announces Closure/Consolidations of Three National Archives Facilities

Press Release March 11, 2014 Statement by Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero Announces Closure/Consolidations of Three National Archives Facilities Washington, DC…As part of ongoing budget adjustments, Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero announced the permanent closure of three National Archives facilities. This year, the National Archives facility in Anchorage, AK, …

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