Mark Issenberg on wed 28 mar 07
Howdy all, just curious if any of you have made or used horse tail brushes.
Cutting some mane or tail from a horse or mule sure would be easier that
cleaning deer tails
Just planted a 10 gallon pot of Black Bamboo that is about 12 feet tall I
dug a monster hole about 12 feet wide and added compost of course I used my
tractor . So im hoping to be able to make Black Bamboo handles from bamboo im
Hoping to start throwing pots today or tomorrow as therapy for my hand..
Also the wild flowers are going wild and the Dogwoods and the Redbuds are in
full flower ,, Going back to the Pocket today to see more wild flowers with
some friends and going to eat some more wild watercress.. So far it hasnt
got me sick
Check out the book: Wild Flowers of Pigeon Mountain by Jay Clark,, these are
the flowers I will be seeing today.. Jay is a friend and I sell his book in
Steve B are you selling any wild flower books ?
where it is SPRING
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Vince Pitelka on fri 30 mar 07
> Also the wild flowers are going wild and the Dogwoods and the Redbuds are
> full flower ,, Going back to the Pocket today to see more wild flowers
> some friends and going to eat some more wild watercress.
This is the first spring since I have lived in the South (13 years) that the
Redbud and Dogwood have bloomed simultaneously, and so early. Always
before, the Redbuds were done by the time the Dogwood reached its prime. It
is absolutely spectacular here. I was out today taking pictures of the
Dogwood and Redbud around the Craft Center grounds, and I expect that some
of those images will appear on my website. I'll bet it is really beautiful
up there on the big rock where you live.
Appalachian Center for Craft, Tennessee Technological University
Smithville TN 37166, 615/597-6801 x111