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 Boulder River Trail Florals

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The Boulder River Trail might be best known for its waterfalls, but there is far more to it than just that. We’ve hiked a good number of trails in Snohomish County and none of them has come close to the number of florals and other plant life that we saw on the 1 1/2 mile hike to and from the trails waterfalls. They made an easy and peaceful hike even better. Here is what we saw, and since I don’t know all that much about flowers, I’m not even going to try to identify them. Sorry if any are weeds, they were pretty ones if they are!

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