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Point Mallard, Decatur, Alabama

2/14/18

Little Flowers

Adventure Location: Rockport, TX
Adventure Date: 02/14/2018

Dreary fog, then sunshine, then dreary fog. What a roller coaster day! The OFM spent some time today planning some more paper wasting. Then he remembered he needed to get the Income Tax done and mailed before we roll WEST. So some of the day was spent downloading the tax forms and instructions to a special computer folder to make them easy to find.

There was not much excitement today except for the attempts to get a decent picture of the two dime sized clover flowers blooming in the 9 inch tall clover covering the campsites. The OFM took several different pictures with different focus length setting to try to get the best one he could. We think it came out pretty good.




And that was about it for the trying to have tooooo much fun effort.

5 comments:

  1. Those flowers are what I always called onion lily, but I see crow-poison and false garlic are the common names Google assigns. Nothoscordum bivalve is what the smart people call it, I see, and I'd like to know how they conjured up that 'bivalve' part. Whatever, it always appears so early it was a winter bloom to me. But after this winter, I've reconsidered, now calling it the earliest harbinger of spring. I saw the first in my yard today, here in League City. Come on spring!!

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  2. With all those names I think I'll just call them delicate. They are very pretty

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  3. All the experts give it their own name just so they can sound important. Just enjoying its beauty is a great way for having tooooo much fun.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

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