Wild Camas Flowers
The flowers that our prairie gets its name from. The Native Americans used to dig the bulbs for food. Now, we mostly just enjoy the beauty, but I did try some of them cooked. They were ok, but I am not sure they are worth the effort.
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From Camas Prairie Railroad Part 1
Canola fields provide such a vivid contrast to the green grasses on the prairie.
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Canola From The Air
An export from the DJI Mavic Pro as I rode along the, now abandoned, historic Camas Prairie Railroad. I am working on documenting the whole line on my blog http://www.RusticLens.com .
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The winter and spring have been so wet here this year. The canola is in bloom though and is as beautiful as ever.
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