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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Torren61, Apr 22, 2020.
Careful walking to the car
10 years ago in Siberia. Statue is of Russian equivalent to Wile E. Coyote. That's the coldest place I've ever been.
Thinking of Texas, of course. Brr!
I call that pose "pineapple upside down cat".
I am Power Supply Face.
Another shot of Northern California. Humboldt County out in the sticks. Grow houses and farms everywhere but I'm reluctant to take pictures of them and run the risk of offending any of the locals and making them paranoid of my intentions.
Monkey Puzzle tree. Native to Chile and Argentina and is the national tree of Chile. Think of it as an ancient pine and leftover from prehistoric times. It's an evergreen and is very hardy. The story is that it's called a monkey puzzle because a monkey would have a difficult time figuring out how to climb it.
These trees mature at heights of over 100' and trunk diameters of up to 5'. Logging of them is banned in Chile.
These are the seed pods, very similar to what a pine cone started out hundreds of thousands of years ago. They will turn brown and dry out on the outside while the inside remains moist and heats up. Eventually the pod will fall apart to seed the area. They have very similar seeds to pine cones when they turn brown.
Checking the local news reports to see if any strange sightings were reported.
My 7116 Simplicity resting a bit while I warmed up, this was a few weeks ago, much has melted, I hate winter.....
Those don't look like blowtorches to me.