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Old 01-02-17, 01:47 PM   #1
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Old 01-02-17, 02:52 PM   #2
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My gosh,Len! I can feel the cold oozing into me from that photo!

That's a beautiful pic'!
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Viola tricolor



It flowers from April to September

My mother-in-law Marjie Jurgensen had some Johnny Jump Ups blooming in her yard a week ago. Wikipedia says they are wildflowers from Europe that are typically blooming from April to September. These tricolor babies might have a little problem with 6-9 inches of snow in the forecast for tomorrow.
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Viola tricolor



It flowers from April to September

My mother-in-law Marjie Jurgensen had some Johnny Jump Ups blooming in her yard a week ago. Wikipedia says they are wildflowers from Europe that are typically blooming from April to September. These tricolor babies might have a little problem with 6-9 inches of snow in the forecast for tomorrow.
Been a member of NGTO for a couple of years now but new to Tapatalk are ya'll aware of how to load photos here?

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Great pics by the way

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Old 03-11-17, 11:08 PM   #7
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load it on photobucket or on a blogspot and copy img address and bracket with [img] and then [/img]
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Len, I recall going to my grandparents' home in the hills of Lincoln county, WV in '78 or '79 and walking way up on a hill top at the back of their property on the farm with Mom. It was cold, damp, and there was about eight inches of snow on the ground in late February. When we got to a very small opening in the hardwoods, Mom reached down and cleared the snow and said, "They're still here." Lo and behold, there was a patch of Johnny-Jump-Ups blooming under the snow. She had been a teacher in a one room school house in WV in the late '50s and had taken some of her students up to the same spot to show them the same thing "way back when." No wonder her students always loved her. She always noticed neat little things that stick with you for life.
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If I were in Iowa, I would send the dogs to that underbrush around that tree to get those three pheasant roosters that are huddled up in there to get out of the wind.

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