Hurry and take it! I'm getting a wedgee!
You want me to what???
I got this idea that it would be neat to get some pictures in a tree...
So up I went...
Then I realized...
What was I thinking??
You can put the camera up now.
No, seriously. Stop laughing and put the camera up!
Alright then, I'm coming to take the camera.
You could never sit down just anywhere in Texas. You can never be sure what would be in your pants when you got up.
I enjoyed the constant breeze, but I bet that it's not nice when it's 10 below.
My smiler is broke.
It's terribly, hard work.
If you've ever wondered...
why they call it bear grass...
sit in it! OUCH!
I don't remember what I said....(next picture)
but I had better not say it again.
After those looks, I'm hiding!
Ok, I have no idea what was going on here.
I wasn't trying to put on any particular look. There was a spider as big as a half-dollar I was not wanting to disturb.
I wish she would tell me when she's going to take a picture!
Sitting on a harrow is not comfortable. By the way, if you know what a harrow is, let me know.
I guess you could say, it was a harrowing experience. (groans at self)
I promise, the door was falling off before I got here!
I really have no clue why I put this photo on here, but you can just skip over it.
This ended up being the cover photo for the debut CD.
This is just before I fell in.
This one is pretty good since I am far away.
This is my impression of tree sap.
There's "The Thinker" and here's the non-thinker.
Sit down and let me tell you a joke.
I had to clean that tree very throughly before Mom would let me lean on it in that suit.
Boy, I know how to mess up good scenery.
It takes a man to sit in a red suit by azaleas.
Do you have any idea how slippery dress shoes are on wet rock???