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    Thanks for sharing these great pics!
    James 1:17

    "Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows."

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    Quote Originally Posted by CP30 View Post
    Great stuff! Maybe that's why those true Cajuns are so laid back, yet so excitable. I use the sassafras leaves when cooking all the time, now. I will have to check the levels of Safrole in it. The cajuns call the ground leaves file powder, it can be used in gumbo instead of a roux, or simply added to dishes for flavor....YUM! I could never find it in Seattle when I lived ther, but now I am in sassafras heaven!

    Beautiful shots, beautiful lake and property. It is alays interetsing to note ecological eveolution. Pretty soon you may have a real sarracenia heaven there (too bad that won't be so good for property values )


    Actually last year I DID have a ton of Sarracenia up here, but keeping the weeds at bay was hard work. I also had lots of Drosera and Dionaea and all those those died over the winter, but the Sarracenia made it fine. I got scared that one day it would freeze too hard and kill them, and besides the weeding is so hard when I only come up on the weekends, that I just decided to move them back home on the deck. They did better up here at the lake, I guess because of all of the bugs!

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    Man! that is a wonderful place. Still waiting for the clubmoss pictures.

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    Yeah, it's actually raining soo... Lol I'll try once it stops. If it's too dark I might have to get them tomorrow.

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    Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed the pictures.
    -Joel from Southern California


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    My trusted sidekick. When she's not rolling in dead things she's running through the wood with me and protects me from bears. And hobo's.


    A Goodyera pubescens orchid


    A habitat shot



    Indian pipes! I love these things!! Used as an anti-convulsive and mild sedative in herbal remedies.






    4 kinds of Moss



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    YOU'VE GOT INDIAN PIPE!!!! Man!! Lucky you! I love those. Only seen them twice. Once I saw the white ones and then I saw the similar one, pinesap I believe, that is red.

    Your dog is beautiful.

    And one of those moss pics is "running cedar". We have (had) tons of that at my parent's home (and around here too). It used to be hard to find but a ton of it started growing on the lot next my parent's house. We used to be use it at Christmas for decorating. Unfortunately, after all these years of wooded privacy, that lot is being developed and I'm sure the running cedar is gone. I don't even want to go home to see this new house built next to ours. We've always had wooded privacy on 3 sides. I grew up in those woods...it just breaks my heart.
    "Fox terriers are born with about four times as much original sin in them as other dogs." - Jerome K. Jerome

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