Cooking, Photography And Farm Life In Beautiful Southeastern Arizona.
love a craggy ol' tree - even if it is a mesquite. hope your spring arrives, soon!
The weather is so changeable, and I think everywhere. Nice shot. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Great shot! I love the local wisdoms that have been around for ages.
Love your shot, and your framing of the photo is great.
Nice view. Good advice about the buds,I will store that away ~
Serious...upper 80's? Crazy weather!Love your shot and the boarder goes really nice with it.
Seeing the tree made me think how good this wood is for flavoring a BBQ.
Our farmers haven't planted yet, normally we're in danger of frost until after April 15 but historically the best bet is May; however, I see the stores are starting to get their bedding plants in. It's been in the 80s here!
Wow, 80! Supposed to be 70 here tomorrow. Spring really hit early...
Well, if it's the Mesquite tree they use as a guide...and this is remotely accurate.All our indicators (in the field behind us) got bull dozed late last year. So now I'm clueless! ~Pat
Stark beauty, nicely captured!
I'm still not convinced that we couldn't get a surprise yet in the way of frost. Love the photo and the editing, Nancy! :)
Very interesting. If our cat sneezes, we typically look for rain to arrive.
Love the sillouetted tree against the sky. Neat weather predicter! We've cooled way off here, but haven't really gotten a freeze.
Good to learn the local wisdom...thanks. You know, I am planning on getting a mesquite cookbook. I thought it would be such fun to make recipes using the beans, and I know the Indians ate them a lot. A good "survival" food!
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