Wednesday, May 2, 2012

April showers bring May flowers



WE let Mom hijack the blog today.  She and Dad have been walking every day.  It is only a mile, but it is a place to start.  Oak Point Nature Center has cement walkways and natural trails.  These shop the hill they walk up and sown and the lake they walk around.







 Almost to the top of the hill.  I took a picture looking back the way we had come, but it was too small to see the details!



This is Timber chase trail.  It goes along the edge of the lake.


This is from the Dam of the lake!



This is the lake from the start or end of the trail  close to the parking lot.

The wild flowers have been amazing!  





 This looks like a Petunia



This may be Primrose although the flower is smaller than others in the park.


This might be Bastard Cabbage.  It is taking over and crowding out the Blue Bonnets and Indian Paint Brush!


I do not know the names of many of these, but this one is Wild Verbena!

There are just a few.  I will share more over the next day or so!

10 comments:

The Island Cats said...

We're glad you let your mom hi-jack your blog. Those flowers are beautiful!!

Prancer Pie said...

So basically you went on a dam walk. Our Mommy doesn't like to walk around water. She says to be very careful of snakes. The wildflowers are just lovely!

Lone Star Purrs said...

Momma finks that one of the ferst flowers is a Columbine. There were alot of those in Colorado. Momma gotted a little sad when y'all mentioned Bluebonnets....she misses them. We promise to post a pic-shur of her finished qwilt that she askeded yur Mom about.
::purrs::
~Meeko & Kiara

Barb and TheDailyGs said...

I don't know the names of any of them, but I LOVE that you've found a lovely place to walk and explore - and I especially love that you're doing it together!

I dearly miss my 3-mile walk around one of the many beautiful lakes in Lakeland (where I lived before moving to GA).

And so does my smaller-sized capris. :)

Fuzzy Tales said...

What a lovely spot to walk and take pictures!

Old Kitty said...

Bastard Cabbage!?!? What a great name!! What a great walk!! take care
x

Brian said...

That was a nice walk and we enjoyed the sights!

Rene said...

What a nice walking path you have!

Emmylou said...

very pretty!

Eric and Flynn said...

That is a nice walk and the flowers are lovely. We don't know the flowers but the first looks similar to Columbines and the third looks like it could be from the Cornflower family.