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Sunday, April 2, 2017

Texas Wildflowers 2017

Indian Paint Brush
© 2017 Suzanne McClendon
Well, folks, spring is definitely here in Gulf Coast Texas.  On 01 April 2017, Suzanne and I took a ride to see what spring wildflowers we would find.


We were not disappointed.  Most years, the Indian Blankets are rare. This year, we found many of them just on the side of the road.  This was an awesome find.

We also found a field of Bluebonnets and quite a few Indian Paintbrushes.
Bluebonnets
© 2017 McClendon Photography

When people leave Texas, they tell us that there are four things they miss: Big Red Soda, Wolf Chili, Blue Bell Ice Cream, and the Texas wildflowers.

Well, I don’t drink much soda water, which is what carbonated beverages are often referred to around here.  

I don’t eat much Wolf Chili.  Even the mild variety is way too spicy for me.  I prefer good old Armor Chili.  


Funny, evidently many of the heirs to the Armor fortune live right here in our county, but you cannot find Armor Chili anywhere.

Indian Blanket
© 2017 McClendon Photography
Blue Bell Ice Cream is the best ice cream I have ever tasted.  It is better than those so-called premium ice creams.  It is made in Brenham, Texas. 


Actually, it is made not too far from where some of the wildflower pictures you see on our blogs were taken.  





But, the number one thing we hear that people miss when they move away from Texas is the wildflowers. 



No video could ever show the true beauty of these Texas wildflowersSuzanne’spictures show a good deal of the beauty, but most cameras cannot show the true beauty in a Texas Bluebonnet.


Please watch the video below and experience our beautiful Texas Wildflowers.  Thank you. 

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4 comments:

  1. I think that was the best display of Indian Blankets that I have ever seen. It was wonderful! Love you, my Zing. :)

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    1. Yes, this was a better display of Indian Blankets than we have ever seen. It is probably even better than Jim Bridger saw at the trading post at Fort Bridger.

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    1. Thank you. The wildflowers are the best part of Texas. Have a great week.

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