Thanks! Right now, I'm smelling mostly China berry trees and honeysuckle. If you smell it a lot at the entrance to ".6" and towards the end of the outer "Log Loop," it's honeysuckle, for sure.3WP said:Hey SW,
What is that super sweet smell that is dominating the air over the past two weeks at Walnut Creek. I figure since you are into flowers and boys I would ask. I've tried to look around for anything blooming but I dont have an eye for that. Whatever it is. If I could bottle it or but it in my gear bag I would be super stoked. Your posts are always one of my favorites.
Hey, that was your first post!!AtariAge said:Great pictures, thanks for posting them up so quickly. Nice to see the closeup of the owl, as opposed to looking at him from the sidewalk..
Yeah, I guess it was about time for me to post--looks like I created my account two years ago!!scorpionwoman said:Hey, that was your first post!!
You're welcome! Had no idea how those pictures would come out (I probably snapped at least five of the owl!) so it was nice to see the picture you posted. Great running into you and Woody!It was great to see you, Al. And thanks for taking the owl pic!
are you awake very very early there in Texas? i like owls and about 5miles from where i am used to live a man who would rescue birds of prey. unfortunatly he moved house a while ago as he had quite a few hawks and owls which he had in cages in his front garden at times. made a good stopping spot when out riding that way.scorpionwoman said:I loaned my camera to Woody and Al so they could zoom in on the owl and get a better look. While Al had it, he took that shot. Then I cropped it and zoomed in even more.
I first saw the owl there last year, and walked up a bit closer for some shots. They are here.
I am indeed a morning person.MCsanandreas said:are you awake very very early there in Texas?