Leaping out of February

What luck – with our long month this year, I’ve got time to squeeze one last rust photo, from my latest Heritage Tree Quest outing.  Here, Rodriguez is leaning against one of a trio of rusting steel pillars bearing sculptures by Native American artists.  Besides the usual assortment of fine trees today’s run netted a few more bits of public art for Lednar, in payback for his very fine rusty nail he offered up yesterday; and a gaily painted U-Haul truck that I think has been repurposed for beer delivery, to pair nicely with Old Rasputin.

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2 response to "Leaping out of February"

  1. By: The Navigator Posted: March 2, 2020

    I really like that puffy Italian stone pine. I used to walk past a row of exotic pines on my way to work. I loved how the smell in the early mornings transported me back to my college days in Colorado. Well done on the evergreens, it will be fun to see the deciduous trees as they come into bud and bloom.

  2. By: Hopkins Escapades Posted: March 3, 2020

    Super post! You’re really doing great logging in the Heritage tree count. I’m already looking forward to your ride for the deciduous trees when they have their coming out party from their winter snooze. Thanks for sharing these beautiful trees with us readers.

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