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aaa.jpg A garden snake waits patiently for me to pass, not even flicking out its tongue. This is on the Triple C Trail.ThumbnailsStair-step Moss (Latin name: Hylocomium splendens) is a green feathery moss seen growing along the Oneonta Trail in the Columbia River Gorge.A garden snake waits patiently for me to pass, not even flicking out its tongue. This is on the Triple C Trail.ThumbnailsStair-step Moss (Latin name: Hylocomium splendens) is a green feathery moss seen growing along the Oneonta Trail in the Columbia River Gorge.A garden snake waits patiently for me to pass, not even flicking out its tongue. This is on the Triple C Trail.ThumbnailsStair-step Moss (Latin name: Hylocomium splendens) is a green feathery moss seen growing along the Oneonta Trail in the Columbia River Gorge.A garden snake waits patiently for me to pass, not even flicking out its tongue. This is on the Triple C Trail.ThumbnailsStair-step Moss (Latin name: Hylocomium splendens) is a green feathery moss seen growing along the Oneonta Trail in the Columbia River Gorge.A garden snake waits patiently for me to pass, not even flicking out its tongue. This is on the Triple C Trail.ThumbnailsStair-step Moss (Latin name: Hylocomium splendens) is a green feathery moss seen growing along the Oneonta Trail in the Columbia River Gorge.A garden snake waits patiently for me to pass, not even flicking out its tongue. This is on the Triple C Trail.ThumbnailsStair-step Moss (Latin name: Hylocomium splendens) is a green feathery moss seen growing along the Oneonta Trail in the Columbia River Gorge.A garden snake waits patiently for me to pass, not even flicking out its tongue. This is on the Triple C Trail.ThumbnailsStair-step Moss (Latin name: Hylocomium splendens) is a green feathery moss seen growing along the Oneonta Trail in the Columbia River Gorge.

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