LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

Deer Track in SandA variety of soil types coexist here at Longleaf. They range from rich and loamy to full blown swamp. Acres of iron rock and clay turn the earth rusty red. But in some spots, it is so sandy, were it not for brown dirt unearthed by this deer’s hoof, it might look like she was picking her way through sand dunes on a beach.

 

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