On the way back from the Pea River, while passing through Georgetown on Eufaula Lake, it was still light enough to pay a brief visit to River Bluff Park. Sally Perkins knew of an easily accessible spot near the parking area where R. colemanii thrived on an extreme bluff overlooking the lake. The R. colemanii and also R. prunifolium that I had previously seen there were growing in a completely different area of the park, so I was curious about the new location. Unfortunately, none of the plants had put on flower buds. However, it was extremely impressive how steep the slope was on which the plants were growing. One had to be careful not to fall into the lake.