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Approaching Howe Spring, I notice some old scrub oaks growing back from their burned structure  I start by walking up the road toward Howe Spring, spring #1 of 5 on today's hikeThumbnailsThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the ground I start by walking up the road toward Howe Spring, spring #1 of 5 on today's hikeThumbnailsThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the ground I start by walking up the road toward Howe Spring, spring #1 of 5 on today's hikeThumbnailsThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the ground I start by walking up the road toward Howe Spring, spring #1 of 5 on today's hikeThumbnailsThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the ground I start by walking up the road toward Howe Spring, spring #1 of 5 on today's hikeThumbnailsThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the ground

Turbinella oak (Quercus turbinella), I believe.