Southside Excavations

Deep in the forestWe tore out about six-feet by ten feet of tangled rosemary undergrowth to reveal more terracing and rock-work, and irrigation devices – one appeared old dry while the other contained recent water – but we have not discovered the source.
along the south walkway
With great exertion, a huge old-and-dead root-ball of the other plant (genus unknown) was removed from the walkway alongside the redwood tree, while much of the subsidiary plant remained active via a second-growth trunk. The black branches criss-cross and intertwine like a madhouse, growing in all directions throughout.
rocks and dirt
secret habitat
In fact the two grow together to create this lumpy, huge, secret barrow, tumbling off the cliff.

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