James Baughn was the webmaster of seMissourian.com and its sister newspapers for 20 years. On the side, he maintained even more sites, including Bridgehunter.com, LandmarkHunter.com, TheCapeRock.com, and Humorix. Baughn passed away in 2020 while doing one of the things he loved most: hiking in Southeast Missouri. Here is an archive of his writing about hiking and nature in our area.
The daffodils are here
Posted Sunday, March 13, 2016, at 10:52 PM
Spring is certainly in the air as the daffodils are in full bloom. Taking a drive through the Oak Ridge area, I spotted daffodils along almost every road. Here is a quick gallery showing where to find them.
New Salem Church and Cemetery, Route AA, Daisy
Route D south of Oak Ridge
Cape County Road 459
Route E near I-55
Sargent's Chapel, Bollinger County Road 234
(see my previous blog about the mile-long stretch of daffodils that a local family planted decades ago)
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