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Yes, that should be the stream from Cornfield Spring, that green patch right there I turn back and notice a grown-in, but relatively flat, spot near the still-invisible stream that I can hearThumbnailsI step across some rocks in a patch of plants (maidenhair ferns, I think) under which a dark blue stream trickles vigourouslyI turn back and notice a grown-in, but relatively flat, spot near the still-invisible stream that I can hearThumbnailsI step across some rocks in a patch of plants (maidenhair ferns, I think) under which a dark blue stream trickles vigourouslyI turn back and notice a grown-in, but relatively flat, spot near the still-invisible stream that I can hearThumbnailsI step across some rocks in a patch of plants (maidenhair ferns, I think) under which a dark blue stream trickles vigourouslyI turn back and notice a grown-in, but relatively flat, spot near the still-invisible stream that I can hearThumbnailsI step across some rocks in a patch of plants (maidenhair ferns, I think) under which a dark blue stream trickles vigourouslyI turn back and notice a grown-in, but relatively flat, spot near the still-invisible stream that I can hearThumbnailsI step across some rocks in a patch of plants (maidenhair ferns, I think) under which a dark blue stream trickles vigourously

I can hear it! I had been expecting a semi-developed spring here with few challenges; the challenge of getting to the water has proven to be a fun exercise.