Camping at Higley Flow S. This is an insane cliff-jumping place. Look at this YouTube video. Go down Mill Street to the end at the river and the gorge. Very confident that you should NOT swim here - no joke.
Is often confused with hydrilla and native elodea. Leaves are arranged in whorls around the stem with each whorl composed of 4 to 6 leaves. The number of leaves per whorls doubles or triples every 8 to 12 nodes. These "double nodes" are the only place where branches occur along the stem. Found primarily on Long Island, but recently discovered in Westchester County. Leaves are inches long, toothed, stiff and pointed.
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No registration fee or Spectator fee. Enola DR zip Registration is free but donations are appreciated. Top 3 awards at 3: Photos of cars will be taken on entrance, Good bags, great fod available in a friendly atomosphere and this show will be even bigger this year with plenty of room for ALL!