|our rig under apx 5" of snow|
|Coralberry, Symphoricarpus orbiculatus|
David revised a design or two and continued working on a draft of another. We talked about improving our presentation for Saturday's class at the Dallas Arboretum. Brainstormed about improving our website and making our services more efficient, more appealing to audiences of all ages. Nobody felt "cooped up" because we were making good use of the time. Our class ultimately was cancelled due to inclement weather; look for an announcement about a rescheduled date and time. After two days the air warmed, sun smiled, and frozen stuff began to melt. Outside, finally. We enjoyed playing in the snow with Sage -- her first interaction with the cold white stuff.
|Coralberry with Wild Rye (Elymus canadensis)|
Give us warm weather and high humidity, and we feel comfortable. Give us arctic blasts of snow and ice, and we still find ways to give thanks for nature's gifts. Throw another log on the fire. Celebrate your time together...it is precious. Bundle up, y'all. Don't forget to check out our adventure blog for more tales of our mobile lifestyle that allows us to live.work.travel together. Go to http://4x4elvalor.blogspot.com/!
|Grasses in Dallas' wintry garden|