hiked through the small Okehocking Preserve yesterday, originally a part of the 1682 William Penn land grant, that became Chester, Philadelphia and Bucks Counties.
This was Native American land (well, what wasn’t) and is still beautiful, but wooded areas that are left are mostly covered with a northern version of kudzu and other vines. In need of clean up. Butterflies all over the open fields of queen anne’s lace and clover. A sewage treatment plant is using some of the fields for ‘modification’ zones. The butterflies don’t seem to care.