Wondering about wild grapes

Saturday, December 5, 2015

Was Asked for Swamp Pictures.

Back on November 28, 2015, TROUBLEnTX requested that I put some updated pictures of my swamp on my blog.  So today, to please her, and anyone else interested in my swamp, I walked down to the northeast corner of it and took some pictures.  The swamp is about two and half feet below its highest level.  These are for you, Trouble:







And for another blogger, MsBelinda at Terlingua Dreams, who is always giving fuel prices in her area, I decided as I was filling up my Jeep Liberty this morning to snap a picture of the gasoline prices.  In case you want to know, diesel was $2.10 per gallon. 

Don't forget, you can click on the pictures to enlarge them.

OK, I hope I satisfied Trouble and now you all have a great day, you hear?

11 comments:

  1. Well, I loved the pictures, too! I love swamps... think of eqrets, herons, bullfrogs and the such. Y'all don't have alligators there, do you? As for gas... it was $1.76 here in Granbury today... for some reason it went up 20c in the last week. What the heck is going on?

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    1. The swamp has all those things except no alligators. Brokers seem to control the price of gasoline, I think.

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  2. Doesn't the swampy water bring a lot of mosquitos?

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    1. Not this time of year, but yes it does sometimes. Depending on the fish population. . . the fish keep them in control.

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  3. LOVE LOVE LOVE them DD,,,TY! If i had one i would put a deer stand there so i could watch the wild life. lol, pretty good here, saw a young deer grazing in my yard yesterday, about 8;30am. If i could sit somewhere to see out my windows, i could see lots.

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    1. We used to have lots of deer, even saw a bobcat. But, way too many neighbors have moved in around my property and the wildlife doesn't seem to want to go past all those homes. Because of the way I am located, I see only one of those homes.

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  4. All in all, looking pretty good around the swamp. Good thing about Winter, no 'skeeters!

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    1. Yes, but they didn't seem to be bad this last summer. Maybe I am getting too old and tough for them to bite me. I am so old, I don't taste good and neither does my blood (grin).

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  7. I love your swamp pictures!

    Good gasoline prices too :)

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