After last week’s (quite popular) double feature, I’m almost reluctant to put up a simple video of Roundrock for your viewing pleasure.
That pine is taller than I am now. It’s one of the little twigs I planted three springs ago. It and another outside the frame are doing the best, but the tall grass is hiding plenty of other pines that are doing well. The white shape you can just see to the right of the center of the frame is a plastic chair. We put it and another there in the naive attempt to “scare away” the deer so they didn’t molest our pines.
This is a view looking north-ish across the pine plantation. I was mostly trying to catch the little bluestem swaying in the breeze. Its the kind of scene of solitude that I like. Makes me wish I was there right now.
Note: Some people run their dogs through little bluestem.
- Watercress, a wild edible, is green around springs.