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A lotta pictures.

June 30th, 2007 · No Comments

I hope everyone loves flowers as much as I do and enjoys all these pictures….

Chocolate Lily in bloom…

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Geranium, Columbine, Roses… imagine wading through this flowery heaven.

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Forget-me-nots, of course:

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Elder! All this time I was looking for a tree, and it’s a little bush!

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Bro’s turning into a vampire for the stick. Throw the stick… throw… the… stick…

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I wonder what this is?

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Dinner!

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And gee, I wonder what this is too?

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He lost his stick in a stream… it was funny!

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  • 1 shamana // Jun 30, 2007 at 6:32 am

    that big leaved plant, skunk cabbage. dont eat it!
    😛
    the other yellow one looks like somthing in the buttercup family, but other than that i’m stumped.
    beautiful!!!!

  • 2 Laurel Ronan // Jul 1, 2007 at 9:28 am

    Lovely pictures!

    I was happy to stumble across you blog on the Susun Weed Forum. I was a tad bit surprised to find another sex worker there, in a pleasant way of course.

    Keep up the excellent blogging, I love hearing about your adventures!

  • 3 HoboStripper // Jul 1, 2007 at 6:31 pm

    Yay! Sex worker herbalists unite! LOL

  • 4 Laurel Ronan // Jul 2, 2007 at 6:18 am

    Lol. It turns out that there are more of us eco-whores than I formerly thought! 😉

  • 5 Diana Boston // Jul 3, 2007 at 8:20 pm

    :mrgreen: Yes, the large green plant at first looks like skunk cabbage but it also looks like a form of Hosta. If in doubt, don’t eat it.

    The yellow flower, judging by it’s leaves is part of the geranium family I believe.

    Sounds like you’re having fun in the lush of summer and the fields of flowers.

    Great blog btw. If you ever wanna trade on the blogroll here’s mine:

    Digital Dryad
    http://digitaldryad.blogspot.com/

    Blessings!

  • 6 Diana Boston // Jul 4, 2007 at 1:51 pm

    Hi again!

    I added your blog to my blog roll. I would love it if you added mine.

    http://digitaldryad.blogspot.com/

    Thanks much,

    Diana from Digital Dryad

  • 7 i_muse // Dec 22, 2007 at 11:45 am

    Love these photos. I don’t think I’ve seen a chocolate Lily in bloom before! wow! These photo’s just made my morning.
    I was a good agnostic for a long while, but, the flowers, the flowers
    FLOWERS kept reminding me of Goddess!
    Everywhere I went , they thrilled me, gave me joy, fed me, healed me, and re-minded me……….. I paid off my herbalist classes at the Alternative Healing Arts school and paid for my life while working a free internship by street performing Belly Dance, and then paid the rest off much more quickly- with stripping.

  • 8 mbrewer // Aug 9, 2008 at 7:44 pm

    For the record, I’m 90% sure that that plant is a False Hellabore. It’s a lookalike to skunk cabbage, fairly common on the east coast where I grew up.

    I realize I’m commenting on this really late. I’m going through the archives looking for useful tidbits. I’m considering trying the lifestyle (minus the stripping, I don’t think I’d make a good male stripper) but in any case for any life you’ve got so much useful information

  • 9 Vincent // Mar 28, 2009 at 8:06 pm

    I like your Savvy! I’m wondering what you think of Palin. Also about what AEL&P intends to do about the avalanche situation with the Snettisham transmission lines. Do you have any thoughts about GCI? I think the questions really focus on what’s fair to everyone regardless of race, gender etc.

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