It's a good life.
How lovely! I love the brilliant red of Nyssa sylvatica. I bet you have lots of those there. What beautiful photos.
and you make it so darn easy to tag along!Thank you.
Beautiful! What are temperatures down there like at this time of year?
just what i needed. smell's great. thank you.sq
FC -It's a good place to be.meresy_g -We have N. sylvatica, N. biflora, and N. aquatica -- no shortage of gums here!KY Brat -Glad you could come along.OW -The temps have been mild the past few days - lows in the 50s highs in the 70s. It is supposed to be getting cooler toward the end of the week though. We have only had one frost so far this year and it wasn't a true killing frost.SQ -You're welcome. One of these days you will have to wander down this way and see the place for yourself.
"Just remember, the camera can't see with the heart, so come with me and see what I see..." That is so lovely. Reminds me of some other lovely lines: "I’M going out to clean the pasture spring; I’ll only stop to rake the leaves away (And wait to watch the water clear, I may): I sha’n’t be gone long.—You come too."
Cathy -Thanks. I know of a spring that probably needs to be cleared -- you can come along.
As November spreads her shroud over northwest Ohio, I do long for soil that yeilds under your step and water that tosses frgarnce and light back toward the treetops.
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