It’s a wrap

It’s a wrap

It did not take long for me to get photos for today’s post. This morning’s Gracie walk was just perfect. How a Smithsonian Botanist Cracked the Cactus Code a Century Ago The Story Behind Red-Hued Juneteenth Food and Drink Happy Juneteenth! Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you…

Brown pupa

Brown pupa

On the way to the mailbox, I re-found the brown pupa from yesterday. So today, I collected it. Hopefully we will find out what it is! Plant of the Month: Poplar Mysterious ancient giant eggs Down Under laid by Aussie “demon ducks of doom” Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and…

Running water

Running water

Mother nature came through last night! We got 1.63″ Now continuing on with yesterday outing! The world’s largest plant is a 112-mile-long seagrass in Australia Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

Spring Ladies-tress!

Spring Ladies-tress!

Continuing on with the second part of Ladonia post. And it certainly was a good day to be out on a Blackland prairie at the Caddo NG! No Frosted Elfins that day. 🙁 Nevertheless, it was a splendid day at the Ladonia Units with new and old friends! Moreover, many thanks to Jeff for suggesting…

Plugs

Plugs

And no I do not get any compensation for the plugs. 🙂 Physicists figured out how launching a Falcon 9 changes the atmosphere Plant of the Month: Peanut Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

Too early for summer

Too early for summer

However, we seemed to be getting it whether or not we want it, eh. High temp at our house was 93.7 degrees. So I for one am glad it was windy and didn’t make it to the forecasted high of 99 degrees. Today’s giant farm vehicles threaten 20% of the world’s cropland Could Ants, Termites…

Rewarded

Rewarded

On our last full day in Fannin County, we were rewarded once again with many splendid treasures. The mission was to just do some exploring, so mostly we drove. Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

NPSOT field trip

NPSOT field trip

On Tuesday, I led a group from my local chapter of NPSOT, Trinity Forks chapter, on an outing at the LBJ NG. It was a fairly chilly morning in the low 50’s. And cloudy too! Everyone were thinking maybe they should have worn warmer clothes. However, as we got going, I think all forgot about…

Sucked in…

Sucked in…

What a wonderful day in the field with Suzanne! I thought it was going to be cloudy for most of the morning. However by the time we reached the northern units at Caddo NG the sun had popped out. The sky was mostly clear. Our first stop was at a gate so I could record…

First day

First day

Today was the first day of the camping trip for the Frosted Elfin survey at Caddo NG! Fingers crossed for success! Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.