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Sometimes I go back to check for stuff that, for one reason or another, I did not post. Today I’m going back to June of 2013. Specifically, June 8, 2013, a windy Saturday. Melisa was doing something with a friend, … Continue reading
Few people will recognize the remnants of this plant. It grows in one specific place on Earth, and flowers once it reaches approximately 1.5 feet in diameter. That can take longer than 50 years, and once it flowers . . … Continue reading
The task of documenting the Alaska Cruise now behind me, I can tackle catching up with all the other photographs waiting patiently to get their turn. First up, some of the sights I captured during the Fall of 2012. Unlike … Continue reading
A few years ago I did a series about the Salsify plant. Specifically, the huge ball of seeds it produces. That post can be seen here. I fully intended to repeat the effort, but employing the vast stores of knowledge … Continue reading
One of our favorite activity is walking. Melisa walks every day and, whenever I am home, I happily join her. Our typical walk is four to four and a half miles, usually with something like a 300 to 400 feet … Continue reading
There were many resources I used to identify the various plants and flowers, but the ones I found most useful were (in no particular order): http://www.wildflowersofcolorado.com/index.html http://www.easterncoloradowildflowers.com/index.htm http://www.swcoloradowildflowers.com/index.htm#top Still, a few flowers eluded identification. In part this is due to … Continue reading