Monthly Archives: November 2013

American Beauty Berry

Since I live near the woods, I wander through the trees looking for wild native plants. Many grow in the East Texas are because our warm temperate winters and insufferable hot humid Summers, high 90’s to 100 days. Having more … Continue reading

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Yearly Burning of Downed Limbs

  A time to burn all the stacked up limbs that fall when you live in the woods. A beautiful, but fearful sight to me. My son was here this year to help me with such activity, and I am … Continue reading

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Common Mullien Flower

These are some photos of Common Mullien flowers

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Common Mullien

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Toilet Paper Plant – Ain’t Nature Grand!

After Reviewing Uses of Wild Good Ole Native Plants, I came upon this one-“Cowboy Toilet Paper!” I think this is Great. Why didn’t some one mention this useful fact when I was wandering through the woods in my young years. … Continue reading

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Fall Beauty Around My Habitation

Fall Beauty

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“Handyman” Final

My final sketch done for “Handyman”. This was a learning sketch I did of a Handyman ┬ádone while learning how to use Wacom Tablet and the Sketchbook program. I am still learning. Most important thing seems to be SAVE. SAVE. … Continue reading

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