April 27, 2013
THE AUTHOR enjoys lunch and a sweeping view of the gorge from a bench made of a fallen log and weathered plank.
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It seems like Catherine Creek has become my go-to place for spring wildflowers. It has a lot going for it: Four thousand acres of public land packed with 90 species of wildflowers that begin blooming in February with the first appearance of grass widows. The show isn’t over until the last of the western ladies tresses fade away in early July.