On a beautful radiant day a weekend ago, we had the chance to climb again to Jellum and into the Green River Gorge. The last time I did this climb was back in January and it's astonishing the progressions from winter to summer. There is a great deal more vegetative development now making it harder to discover and take after trails now and again. The stream too is changed. The majority of the huge rocks that you find in the closer view are secured and not obvious amid crest winter streams. The white that you see above on these rocks is really what it would appear that once water retreats and the sludge that develops vanishes.
Intriguing - I ponder what the make-up of this ooze or film that spreads rocks when submerged comprises of, and what makes it turn white. Getting to Jellum can be somewhat of a test, especially the first run through. A great part of the property getting to the trail is private property and ought to be regarded. The course that we take was appeared to us at first by Lisa Parsons, prime supporter of the Middle Green River Coalition, and she knows every one of the trails.