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[tweetmeme source=”mirellamcc” only_single=false]Last Saturday Jim and I hiked on the highest point of the Appalachian Trail in Shenandoah, with an elevation of 3837.  We felt on top of the world!

Then we visited the Corbin Cabin.

I also took pictures of wildflowers.

Shenandoah national park is a haven for native woodland wildflowers.  Those flowers are 100% wild and are the pure product of nature.  With the help of bees, butterflies, birds and other animals the flowers spread their seeds and pollinate.

Jim and I watched very carefully our steps in order not to harm any wild life on the trail.  The destruction of the tiniest plant can affect the entire forest and the animals.  In Nature all things are connected, like in society.