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Charles Marshburn agrees with his horse riding teacher

Charles Marshburn writes:
I believe Pam has hit the nail on the head with her identification of that little white flower! Did I tell you she told me all about horse riding? She said that when you climb up in the saddle you should be facing the horses mane.

Down on the shores of Pettit's Fork where Flocks and Flocks of Phlox Abounds,

Yours Truly, Charles Marshburn
See also: Wildflowers of KY: A Master's Roadside Bouquet

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