Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty). Live streaming video at http://ustre.am/TM8N
FYI...ran into Dick Cain today out on Agua Fria Rd. He said Benita is doing fine out at his ranch. I told him to tell her she is missed.
Well John, evidently she doesn't like being on facebook so left you. Any bets on how much rain we will get? And here I thought it was going to miss us.
that is soooo pretty ... so very, very pretty.
John,I think Benita doesn't like the welding. The way she watched you, she could have burned her eyes!? If she was in a motherly way, she may be trying to be protective. Then again, maybe she is just a fickled female.
If you collected the seeds from the flowers, you could probably develope a little sideline selling them. I know I would like to have some of them. Yes I know that they would have to have just the right type of soil and ect to grow, but for a good gardener that is no problem. Terriariams, hot sunny side of the house, amazing how some of them will only do well in the worst possible conditions when they leave the desert.
It looks lik Kevin was a girl, after all
Incredibly beautiful...thank you.Benita, well, she's probably just on Spring Vacation. Perhaps there's some calves there and she's hanging with the herd for a spell :o)
That catbloom is amazingly beautiful. Thanks for the picture.
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