I'm not certain if this is water cress, but some very green plant growing well in spots along the creek where robins were thick and vying for bathing space.
I'm fond of wook cookstoves, having cooked on one back in the '70's. It is a sad reminder of the life left behind, in my opinion. There are various pieces of equipment here and there along with broken down fence rails you can observe in the next picture.
This small ridge hides the low valley between where we stand and the ridges in the distance. The low valley is the Whitebird Battlefield where the Nez Perce rousted out the army in the first battle in a war the Nez Perce eventually lost. Our day was crisply cold, but sunny, so we planted our fannies in some thick dry grass in order to lie down for a small bit. I guess you could say that we planted a fanny garden. There is always a way to fit in gardening!