Gradually the plants and trees returned, and we were able to persuade the power company to hand cut the trees and treat the stumps with herbicide. On the Laurel Ridge side the ROW reverted to mountain laurel, lowbush blueberry, scrub oak and sweetfern and on the steep south side of Sapsucker Ridge to hay scented fern and pale corydalis. In the First Field and flatter areas on either side of the field that were also part of the ROW, blackberry shrubs, goldenrod and asters grow.
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After passing the Campbell Cemetery access we kept our eyes peeled for Hell Roaring Falls. It is a rock shelf across the river with about a 3 ft. Drop. “Bath Chronicle to host final General Election hustingsHousing association Curo saw its plans for the community hub which will house the school and nursery approved by Bath and North East Somerset Council last year.The Conservative candidate fighting for re election in Bath Ben Howlett said: “As a school governor at one of the schools in Bath I know that the extra billion in funding will be very welcome.”I want to echo Justine’s comments about teachers and thank those that educate Bath’s children for all the excellent work they do. Throughout my time as an MP I have championed Bath schools wherever possible and have lobbied Justine for increased funding and resource which I am pleased to see will be happening in the next Parliament. If re elected I will continue to celebrate the excellent work of Bath schools and the support they give our young people.”Head to head: Philip Hammond and Nick Clegg discuss air pollution in BathOn schools, the Tory manifesto hit the headlines last month when plans to scrap free school lunches were revealed.The party has instead decided to offer free school breakfasts instead.