THE ROOT CELLAR


Our Roots -- Mostly Underground

This is a place to store our "roots" , rather than keeping them in a shoebox under the bed.

A place where members of our extended family can come and see what has been dug up about our ancestors, and how we might possibly connect with other branches of the family tree.

There are copies of old photographs in many of the chapters (probably not of much interest to anyone outside our family). However, feel free to browse around if you like. Any comments or suggestions are welcome.

ssbray@rootcellar.us

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FOR OUR FAMILY


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SCRAPBOOKS



TOOELE
HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF 1952



THS White Buffalo
   -- Photos of the Class of 1952




FAMILY AFFAIRS



Family Snapshots
Andrea and Chris
Keri and Will
Derek and Ali
Vacation Trips



BINGHAM
CANYON
MEMORIES



Bingham Canyon --
   Photos and memories







Weeds and Wildflowers of Utah -- Home Page

UTAH WEEDS AND WILDFLOWERS



Utah Weeds and Wildflowers
Site Map -- Habitat Index


  Along
     the
        Way

Click on one of the habitats shown here, and view photos of some typical plants you might see as you travel around the state of Utah.

     Some are "weeds" and some are "wildflowers".
     Some are common and some are more unusual.
     Some are very beautiful -- and others are not.

I hope the photos will help you identify the plants you find, and make your travels more interesting and enjoyable.







Wasatch Mountain Scene Alpine Plants -- (Above 8,000 ft)


A path through the foothills Oak/Maple Communities -- (~5,000 to 8,000 ft)


Flowers growing along a roadside Disturbed Areas -- (~4,000 to 6,000 ft)


Small stream in a meadow (Wetlands in a Desert)


A rocky desert scene (Deserts -- High and Low, Hot or Cold)



A jagged fault line near Boulder Mountain
Seldom Seen Scenery





 


Articles and sketches
 from the Nature News Notes archives

"CREEPING"

WITH THE UTAH NATURE STUDY SOCIETY

(Articles and sketches from the Nature News Notes archives)