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    out to the apple farm

    We went out to the apple farm last Saturday. Grizzly went with and posed alertly on a rock for me
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    One of my favorite trees with a small entrance for the wee folk
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    A pile of Bear scat
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    An old coot reflecting in a golden pond
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    This hawk I thought was carved on a stump but realized it was alive. He posed pretty well for me
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    I have tried to press this stone to lock out for quite a long time. Finally got it up and the wife got a shot of it
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    The wife in autumn colors
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    This was growing at my home but I have no idea what plant it is from. Any ideas out there
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    The plant is called the "carrion cactus" or the "starfish flower".

    Genus Stapelia it is not a true cactus but a member of the milkweed family.
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    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ashton View Post
    The plant is called the "carrion cactus" or the "starfish flower".

    Genus Stapelia it is not a true cactus but a member of the milkweed family.
    My daughter in law brought plants from her mothers when she moved but didn't know what they were.

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