Parting Shot: Do a Rain Dance

July 31, 2020 0

By Jelly Cocanougher Trifling storms stirred nearby as we quickly hovered each time lightning cracked, pressing into the wildflowers that were almost horizontal from the gust. We could feel the heat from the storm’s velocity […]

The Garden Guy

July 29, 2020 0

By Norman Winter | Horticulturist, Author, Speaker There is a “see through” phenomenon going on in the world of flowers, and it is nothing short of thrilling. This is happening thanks in large part to […]

Grazing North Texas: Gaura

July 27, 2020 0

By Tony Dean There are at least 10 species of gaura in north central Texas. Across these species, they vary from being eight inches tall to being head high. Even with this difference in size, […]

Confessions of a Hunter: Nosey Cottonmouth

July 23, 2020 0

By Andy Anderson The cottonmouth can be aggressive at times, chasing people, climbing into boats of the unsuspecting fisherman or casting absolute fear into the hearts of a swimmer in the water. I have never […]

Parting Shot: A Blessing in Nature

June 30, 2020 0

By Jelly Cocanougher A stormy night erupts as most humans are stuck indoors from the worldly pandemic. Those of us that are lucky enough to have outside destinations surely take it up on what it […]

The Garden Guy

June 30, 2020 0

By Norman Winter It is proving to be a “Wonderfully Wicked” year for coleus. In this case, wicked is great and promises to add incredible color and texture to your garden whether you live on […]

Grazing North Texas: Prairie Larkspur

June 29, 2020 0

By Tony Dean Prairie larkspur is one of our flowering range plants some of us may not be familiar with, but it’s one we should know. Prairie larkspur is an early flowering perennial forb, growing […]

Confessions of a Hunter

June 27, 2020 0

By Andy Anderson Growing up a country boy with both parents in law enforcement, I guess it was inevitable. I too would pursue a career in law enforcement. I put myself through the police academy […]

A box of sand…

May 31, 2020 0

By Jelly Cocanougher A pioneering boy, driving forces through the lands. Half built towers crumble in front of him as tree sap spots his skin. He looks towards me with such emotion, as a child-size […]

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