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    I love Springtime!!!

    Our Texas Bluebonnets are absolutely beautiful, this year! Best I've seen in several years. Seeing this along the side of the roadways, makes driving not nearly as boring!
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    That is pretty FG. Thanks for sharing. How tall are those?
    Spring is good. Wife sent me this picture about an hour ago. My wife is currently working to put in her garden and Gizmo1 is filling in for me while I am at work. Supervisor role.

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    Gizmo1 seems to be proficient as a supervisor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Gizmo1 seems to be proficient as a supervisor.
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    Gizmo2; I think Gizmo1 does a great job of supervising! He might even be mistaken for you!

    The Bluebonnets range from 6-15 inches tall, depending on the year and the area. There are even varying heights in the same field. Most are approximately 10 inches tall though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Our Texas Bluebonnets are absolutely beautiful, this year! Best I've seen in several years. Seeing this along the side of the roadways, makes driving not nearly as boring!
    That is a beau-tee-ful pic FG
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Our Texas Bluebonnets are absolutely beautiful, this year! Best I've seen in several years. Seeing this along the side of the roadways, makes driving not nearly as boring!
    That's beautiful. I saw some stunning Canola fields up near Enid this last weekend; sorry, didn't get any pictures.
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    I will have to check and see if your pic is photo shopped as a I coming to Austin on Monday for a couple days. It sure will be nice to see something other than brown and snow still on the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saskman49 View Post
    I will have to check and see if your pic is photo shopped as a I coming to Austin on Monday for a couple days. It sure will be nice to see something other than brown and snow still on the ground.
    I didn't take that particular photo, as it was taken east of Dallas. But I have been snapping photos too! If you make it down in the next couple of days, all should be pretty. Almost everything is green around here, (pun intended), but cool weather grasses will only be around for another 2-3 weeks. Without some rain, the summer grasses will be slow to grow. Things will turn brown again, if that happens.

    Hoping for rain tonight, but not the hail and tornadoes that could come with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    I didn't take that particular photo, as it was taken east of Dallas. But I have been snapping photos too! If you make it down in the next couple of days, all should be pretty. Almost everything is green around here, (pun intended), but cool weather grasses will only be around for another 2-3 weeks. Without some rain, the summer grasses will be slow to grow. Things will turn brown again, if that happens.

    Hoping for rain tonight, but not the hail and tornadoes that could come with it!
    Yeah, it looks like some nasty weather coming here in Missouri also, looks like tomorrow afternoon all the way until Tuesday, with periods of severe weather predicted. I like spring, but not the severe weather that too often comes with it.
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