Winter Storm Benji, much feared, did not turn out to be the gale of the century. In fact, it didn't turn out to be much more than much-ado-about-nothing. I'll be generous and say that the predicted five-to-eight inches was a little over-hyped and, with a stretch of the ruler, we might have seen about two inches of the white stuff. I'd worried needlessly; there really wasn't enough to shovel. So, snowshoe-less, I hit the trail and, enjoying the transformed landscape, discovered this little ground pine masquerading as a mini-Christmas-tree. I'm not sure which member of the Clubmoss family this is, but by any name, the Lycopodium is a pretty kind of Tannenbaum, however diminutive.