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Apr 3, 2021 10:16:24   #
Wolf counselor Loc: Heart of Texas
 
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.







Apr 3, 2021 10:40:52   #
Hug
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)

Good Post

Apr 3, 2021 10:53:19   #
Carol Kelly
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)


I am so envious. Nothing to see here except the azaleas now the the camellias have finished. Now we have several species of birds to watch. The most beautiful ones on our feeder are the blue jays and the cardinals. I enjoyed your post so thank you.

 
 
Apr 3, 2021 10:57:00   #
Coos Bay Tom Loc: coos bay oregon
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)


Very nice--Texas is pretty this time of year.

Apr 3, 2021 11:13:53   #
davezant
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)



Apr 3, 2021 11:20:18   #
slatten49 Loc: Lake Whitney, Texas
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)

Having lived in The Hill Country of Texas for most of my adult life, I am happy to say this is another posting by you with which I totally agree. I also agree with your Angel on her favorite two flowers...although, I call 'em Indian War Bonnets instead of Indian blankets. That is, unless they're separate varieties of wildflowers.

Apr 3, 2021 11:22:26   #
SWMBO
 
That is beautiful!!. Here is is still cold and the grass is not yet growing well enough to feed the livestock but at least for now it is not pouring.
Have fun and enjoy yourself.

SWMBO

 
 
Apr 3, 2021 11:37:45   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)




Sounds like a darn nice way to spend the day..

My wife has always envied those Texas Blue Bonnets.. can not match them up here..

Apr 3, 2021 15:53:19   #
Double meat with cheese
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)



Bumper year all over Texas, so thick in some spots ain’t no green in between.

Love it, good pics.

Apr 4, 2021 06:54:08   #
jSmitty45 Loc: Fl born, lived in Texas 30 yrs, now Tn
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.


The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.



But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)



I miss seeing the Bluebonnets, and Indian Paintbrush, they are so colorful, and those Bluebonnets smell so good.
We left Texas about 4 years ago. My husband is a native Texas, born in Waco. I am a native Floridian.
We moved to Tn, and what a big mistake. My allergies are so bad here, worse I have ever had. We are planning on moving next year, good Lord willing, to Florida, my home state. My daughter still is in Texas, she lives outside Houston, in Hockley. We lived in Houston for 15 years, and moved up to Lake Somerville, close to College Station. So many Bluebonnets, and Paintbrushes there. Enjoy them while they are blooming, they don’t stay long when it gets too hot.

Apr 4, 2021 12:05:25   #
boggsrifle Loc: N.E.Nv.
 
THANK YOU SO MUCH, OUTSTANDING !!!!!!! Ed and Sharon

 
 
Apr 4, 2021 22:09:27   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)


Flew into New York and driving back to cally bringing my son back after 6 years! Praise God, first holiday I’ve spent with him in all those years! Beautiful country! In Mississippi now and headin to norlens!

Apr 4, 2021 22:09:58   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
Flew into New York and driving back to cally bringing my son back after 6 years! Praise God, first holiday I’ve spent with him in all those years! Beautiful country! In Mississippi now and headin to norlens!


Might head down to Texas in a few days!

Apr 5, 2021 06:20:02   #
lindajoy Loc: right here with you....
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's colors.

The wildflowers have literally exploded this season and it really is something that you just have to see for yourself.

Me and the Angel left yesterday on our annual wildflower drive through the Texas hill country.

We left Comanche and drove through Brownwood to Brady and then on down to Fredericksburg.

All along the way it was as if we were subjects in a Van Gogh painting.

The bluebonnets are in full bloom and my angel couldn't be happier.

She can identify, by name, at least twenty different types of wildflowers.

But she tells me there are more than a thousand different species right here in our little neck of the woods.

Her two favorites are the bluebonnets and the Indian blankets.

As spectacular as the blooming flowers are, they don't compare to the smile and the glow on her face when she looks out across a field of dancing colors.

We drove on over to Georgetown where the red poppies are beginning to bloom.

We decided to spend the night here and continue our trek today and make it back home tonight.

So we're up and ready to hit the trail.

I'm taking a meandering route over to Brenham Texas because you can't go on a wildflower tour without driving up or down the magical "Wildflower Road".

So turn off your stupid TV.

Take off that stupid mask.

Put that stupid cell phone in silent mode.

Then get in your hoopty and come join us here in the greatest doggone chunk of dirt in this here United States of America.
This is the time of year that Texas shows off it's... (show quote)


Stunning’. I love wildflowers and your state flower just Wowwwww..
These pictures set you right there... Thank You for sharing them!!!

Beautiful just doesn’t give the proper description...

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