IMG_1971wtmk If you’re in the mood to go wildflower-peeping this weekend, the National Park Service will hold a ranger-led 4-mile hike on the Mishe Mokwa Trail to find out what’s blooming at 2000 feet tomorrow morning.

On Saturday, April 10th at 9AM, an NPS Ranger will take a group of hikers onto the Mishe Mokwa Trail, looking for uncommon wildflowers. They’re meeting at the Mishe Mokwa Trailhead, which is at the easternmost parking lot near Sandstone (the second one if you’re passing the Circle X Range driving east on Yerba Buena Road).

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