Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Unreliable HostGator Is Down Again While Evening Primroses Blow In The Wind By Arlington's Village Creek
The last time this happened was back in November, but, even though that is about a half year ago, it seems like yesterday.
I can't email via my durangotexas.com domain, but I can blog via Google, which is what I am doing right now.
Early this morning I managed to have myself a fairly mighty fine time via a hot tub hydrotherapy session, combined with three cool pool dips.
A few minutes before noon I rolled my mechanized wheels to Arlington's Village Creek Natural Historical Area to visit the Indian ghosts who haunt that location and to get down on the ground to take a picture of my favorite Texas wildflower, one I believe is called the Evening Primrose.
I saw my first Evening Primrose late in the last century. I was heading to the Dallas/Fort Worth zone to check out the concept of moving there. Somewhere southeast of Amarillo, driving on Highway 287, I started seeing patches of what looked to be a very delicate pink flower. After many miles of the pink patches I stopped along the road for a closer look.
At that point in time I did not realize wildflowers like this colored up the Texas landscape for a brief time every year, at some time after winter turns into spring.
As you can sort of tell, via the picture above, the Evening Primroses were blowing in the wind today. As was I....