Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
Beautiful colors on that garter snake, but he doesn't seem to be happy to pose for you.
I think it hadn't had its morning coffee yet. I get that way, too.Seeing snakes crawling around at the end of November (not to mention dandelions and roses blooming) doesn't seem natural somehow.
I've very impressed with your Nov. photo project, Tom. The art just keeps coming and coming. THANK YOU so much for sharing it all with us readers of your blog.
Carol -- The pleasure is all mine. Thank you for dropping by.
I like the pictures of the snake, pretty colors.
Elderberry -- (Great name--reminds me of my elderberry bushes in Colorado) The snake was a big surprise considering the time of year. Very colorful, and a life herp for me -- I was familiar with plains garter snakes but had never seen a common garter snake. I am, after all, a transplanted Westerner...Thanks for reading and writing.
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