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This large turtle was photographed  along the Pine Creek Rail Trail near the Wellsboro entrance.  During May and June many turtles are spotted digging into the gravel along the trail as they prepare their nesting site.  Photo submitted by Donna L. Howey. Chilly May morning, 2010, at the start of our 68.5 mile ride down the Pine Creek Rail Trail near the Wellsboro Junction entrance.  Photo submitted by Donna L. Howey. Plaque at north end of the bridge over Pine Creek just above Torbert Village (the initials stand for New York Central and Hudson River Railroad)
Pine Creek Rail-Trail at Torbert Village gate, with sign for annual Jersey Shore YMCA fundraising ride Volunteer Jack Freeman trimming along the Pine Creek Rail-Trail a half-mile above milemarker 164, near the bridge just above Torbert Village, September 20, 2010 Bridge inspector from C. C. Johnson & Malhotra, P.C., Engineering Infrastructure Solutions, out of Camp Hill, PA, performing a safety inspection of the Pine Creek Rail-Trail bridge at Torbert Village, September 20, 2010
This white-flowered perennial herb, the snakeroot, is blooming profusely in late September along the rail trail. Beautiful to look at, but poisonous to eat! In fact, it is reputedly responsible for the death of Abraham Lincoln's mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, who drank milk from cows that had eaten the plant, which contains the toxin tremetol. Boy Scout Troop 2028, from Cherry Flats, PA, rode the Pine Creek Rail Trail September 23-25, 2010, from the northern to the southern terminuses, camping overnight at the Tiadaghton and Black Walnut Bottom Campgrounds. Who left these footprints in the mud along the bank of Pine Creek?  A raccoon!  Photo submitted by Donna L. Howey.
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