This used to be a longer screw holding the battery cable on my little truck. Someone’s not paying enough attention to his vehicle maintenance.
So, unless it was the Rain Slickers Barbie, she was probly naked under that cake?
If I recall my Prairie Home Companion correctly, you probably can’t even get bouncy houses up there. Such decadence will require almost illegal ingenuity, bungee cords and maybe a preserved fish product.
That glassy rain drop shot feels like nice lens. Am afraid you might be right about the vines. I’m glad Spring is cracking there finally. And thanks again for the posting.
There’s those clouds! I’ve been looking for them. You had them.
Speaking of a bunch of little stones, got some neat rocks on the vacay as well,
Some appropriate art on the probes. Informative, beautiful, shiny etchings. Then again, we just want to know. They are just upset at the difference in temperature, moisture, and direction.
Some places like that can be stood at for a while. In this case what was neat was that it was cool and cloudy going up, not the best photo light, but then the sun slowly broke through, and was a nice visual feast, but then my battery had run down. It’s good enough to be able to move eyes over a good view at will…
That was a very satisfying vicarious hike. Goat and all. I’m glad I know now of new little taro terraces and orchid clones being helped around that fanfuckingtastic body of rock.
And she’s part Cheetah. When you’re that much faster than the human... yeah.
While both are healthier looking everyweek somehow, Lal has moved beyond svelte to Plush. Like more sophisticated licking techniques are creating actual finer hairs, in an arc towards some waterproof state. She still has either shark or crocodile teeth.
I’m going to try posting these pics again, maybe fewer this time.
Back to work after vacating the city. I was reminded of the unpleasant smells of each early yesterday morning. Besides wanting to go back to the pollinating pines soon my battery feels like it gained some charge.
Welp, me lad has taken over the computer, and closed my tabs. I’m gonna try to get my pics on this phone, at least.
Hey thanks for stepping in Agrajag! (I’m a procrastinator, and I’m still trying to upload some pics. ((Ya know, you would be a much more appropriate photo gallery guy, not trying to say anything, juss sayin. ;)) )
It’s not really the flower’s fault, it’s the insects.
Beavers Bend vacation continues. It’s my favorite time of spring, when the flowering trees are out and The rest are just getting tipped with delicate greens. The smell is wonderful and the wind through the pine tops is bliss.
Sorry I’ve been absent orcim, we’re on vacation in the woods and the time and wifi are scarce. Will be back home by the weekend. That looks like a glorious mountain top experience!