Camellia is like a bouncing ball – back and forth between Nanney’s Creek and the Robinson Road farms. For data as to May 15 refer to the previous post. This post Camellia starts at Nanney’s Creek May 14 at 6pm (YELLOW arrow), spends all day May 15 (previous post) at Robinson and all day May 16 at Robinson (PINK 6am, GREEN Noon, BLUE 6am May 17). On May 17 Camellia makes a brief stop-off (ORANGE 11am) on his way to Nanney’s (PURPLE at Noon), but then returns to Robinson where he is as of this map May 17 at 6pm (WHITE arrow). Wish I had a drome with camera to keep up with Camellia. See Shelly photos below.
Photos by “quick trigger finger” Michelle Fowler as Camellia passed over the farm field behind Charity United Methodist Church on May 17, 2014. Camellia was in transit from Nanney’s Creek to farm fields off Robinson Road without stopping. Photos used with permission.