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Oct 12, 2010 10:55 AM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
Thanks Sandi. We will do our best.

We've cleared a small area around the house of brush and fallen limbs, just to keep the bugs & such away! LOL Nature can have it's place but the house is off limits!! haha

This image is close to the same area as the pic above... I'll have to get one showing the difference!
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This area was overgrown with pokeweed and other brush, as well as several dead trees, that have been felled and cut into firewood. Now it's a nice path around the pond.
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I would like to one day have the slope backdropped by some nice native plants and wildflowers.
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Since we're at the pond, there's a cute family of turtles living in it.. one came up to see what I was up to.
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FAITH over fear!

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