Sunday, October 4, 2015
Driftwood Abundant on Waterways This Time of Year
This is the time of the year on
one can find some really nice pieces of driftwood. The lake is being pulled down now and
driftwood is scattered all along its banks. Cathey and I like to place
different pieces of the wood in our yard. It adds character to areas in the
yard that need a little pick me up. We’ve had pieces in our yard for years that
hasn’t deteriorated with age. Smith Lake
This huge pine stump was taken from the shoreline on Smith a couple of years ago with the help of my son-in-law. We got some strange looks at the boat dock when we motored up with this thing resting on the back deck of the bass boat. The top of the stump is buried in the ground more than a foot deep.
A different size cypress stump sitting up right
I found this cedar stump a few weeks ago buried in a sandbar along one of the shorelines. Very unusual to have the inside hollowed out. The tree had been cut years ago.
Using rock along side the driftwood adds to the landscaping
This is a piece of poplar driftwood that I found in the Blackhills of
on our recent trip there. Every piece that I have
shown you here in this post has a memory. South Dakota