Gully

Gully

Oops, I forgot that before we reached the woods, we managed to find ourselves in a gully. Always fun to explore! So the outing continues with several more hours to go before we reach my fourth goal. Single-celled marine organism first to be found releasing oxygen in the dark Keep looking! The more you know,…

A few good mosses

A few good mosses

As Gracie and I continued on the Tuesday outing, I dropped to my knees for the closeups. No need to go far to find awesome stuff. A Weed is But an Unloved Flower Scientists Pull Animal DNA Out of Thin Air Thanks Judy! How Five Hibernators Chill Out During Winter Keep looking! The more you…

Silent bell

Silent bell

Yesterday, I left you wedged against my foot. And still we had not moved far from where we had first clambered down into the ravine/creek. So much to observe! Neanderthals Changed Ecosystems 125,000 Years Ago – Were Not “Primal Hippies” Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see,…

Jump!

Jump!

Yesterday, I stopped the post as we reached the creek. Here is the last of the photos from this outing. The Quirky History of the Osage Orange, Texas’s Ugliest Fruit Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

Down a different creek bed

Down a different creek bed

As we were driving back to the pavilion at the foundation, Melissa said she had never been down this way before. So of course, Jeanne and I said “we are game!” It was another limestone creek bed that drains to Leo Lake. Spiders are much smarter than you think The Early Bird Gets…the Truffle? Birds…

Quick sand!

Quick sand!

So the right short branch of the creek was most interesting. Of course, we tend to find something no matter which way we turn. Always something to see right! And now we continue to the left. Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.