|The Powerline Trail|
The trail does offer one other nice feature. About one mile from its southern terminus, the trail descends into a valley and, at the bottom of the hill, crosses the headwaters of "my" creek - here much narrower and less voluminous than it is when it flows through "my" preserve a few miles downstream. Nevertheless, the stream has decent, perennial current and kids like to look for crayfish under the rocks. Also, heading northward from the stream crossing, the trail ascends a hill and a few hundred feet further along reaches a watershed divide: south of the divide, precipitation enters "my" stream, while north of the divide precipitation drains into the much larger watershed to the north and east (although both "my" and the adjacent northern watershed both eventually drain into the Delaware River).
In the evening, Kali and attended a performance of the Pilobolus Dance Theater in Philadelphia. Pilobolus is one of the most highly regarded contemporary dance companies in the world, and the house was sold old. Pilobolus (which we've seen several times) never fails to to impress and delight. (Pilobolus, incidentally, is the name of a genus of fungus, so there is a "natural" connection.)
|A still from Azimuth (2012)|
|A still from Gnomen (1997)|