bus. They see their image in them and believe them to be real competition for
their mates. Occasionally they go over to the mirror on my RAV4 and have a go
at them. It is the first day of spring, and in South Georgia it seems like a
get down to 55° tonight. You couldn’t really ask for a nicer day. It is sunny
outside, and I have already had to mow the lawn twice. The downside to all of
this is that I suffer from Hay Fever. I always have since I was a young boy
growing up in Oregon. You take it as it comes. In a few weeks the allergies
will be over.
forests that men have planted. Long, straight rows of pine trees as far as the
eye can see. I don’t have many to look at from where I sit. There is one long
row of trees alongside the driveway. It is two trees deep and a couple hundred
yards long. If I go out to the main road, a dirt road, there are plenty of pine
forests everywhere you look. I can tell that the Hay Fever is in full process
by watching the pine trees. A thick yellow smudge of pollen will coat everything
outdoors. I can tell by looking at my car. It will be coated with yellow.
last trees to blossom and turn green. They will be looking brown and lifeless
for another month. The peach trees are another story. They are already sending
up lots of new growth. The Mexicans have been out trimming them already.
trees. They are now starting to grow leaves and put on flowers. There is hardly
a prettier site than to see the peach fields all a bloom with their pink
August, depending on the type planted. Pecans aren’t harvested until October,
pictures of his yard yesterday. It is not quite the same.
like it will be winter there for a while longer. That is a picnic table in the
front of the picture. The top of it has just become visible. I doubt they are
talking about peaches there. Of course, having four regular seasons is nice,
but I don’t miss the snow too much. I’ve even seen butterflies here.
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