Many small streams flow into the Chattahoochee River, which is dammed to form Eufaula Lake. These creeks have carved small valleys into the hilly landscape and often squeeze through gorge-like bluffs. Around these gulleys is often still dense, natural forest. Here today, at the north end of the lake on the Georgia side, I searched with Charles Horn for R. prunifolium and R. colemanii. Along Bustahatchee Creek we found quite a few beautiful, large R. prunifolium in full bloom. We also encountered a single R. colemanii and a R. canescens. At Soapstone Creek we saw only R. colemanii and at Vining Branch Road we again found some R. prunifolium and R. colemanii.