Unidentified plant with a unique shape. I don't touch anything for fear of welts appearing on my skin. I am so not an outdoorsy gal. LOL Lisa says this is Poplar. Her husband is an agronomist so he knows his plants, trees and weeds well. :)
Resting in the back seat after her exciting outing. She would go from this position to full face out the window sniffing the air and getting cooled off. She's a hoot!
Identify this for the jackpot prize. Ok, no clue, but there were tons of these cobweb-like things in the trees. Any clue? They were just interesting to me. And, Lisa says this is a moth cocoon and they aren't too friendly to the trees.
Two hilarious things from today: 1) The card to Kevin from my brother said Son-in-Law instead of Brother-in-Law. What was he thinking? LOL 2) As we were driving back, I was looking to the side of the road at the fields, houses, etc. We were coming up to a field of cows and this was the conversation:
N: "oh, hon...look! It's a baby one. It's so cute!!!! *sigh*"
K: "uh, that's a goat."
N: "LOL What? LOL I thought it was a calf! LOL"
K: "Well, it's ears are too big for a calf. I thought I better say something 'cause it's a goat."
N: "Well, I am such a country girl. I know my animals...NOT! LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLL"
I am not a plant indentifier nor a farm animal expert obviously. LOL At least I have fun! LOL OH, and yes I know what a goat looks like. It was just that with it's head down in a cow field I thought it was a calf. LOL