Monday, 28 November 2011
Falling leaves get a lot of press this time of year, but in these parts, we also get a crop of pecans. I don’t know this type, but Texas A&M has quite a listing of cultivars. Pecans are native to the lower Mississippi Valley (in general), and botanically related to the hickory and walnuts.
Speaking of falling things, those white meteorological uniques (archaic use as noun) are predicted for the overnight hours. Any sane person would know that with temps where they are and the ground as warm as it is, those leetle fliers will abandon their frozen state for the watery state at near warp-speed.