December 16, 2019

Just Imagine That God Knew What He Was Doing

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Still Doubting The World’s Insanity?

treesexIf trees are so damned life-like, why not have sex with one. A total mindless, blinded person who calls himself a “forester” says, “There’s increasing evidence to show that trees are able to communicate with each other. More than that, trees can learn.

If that’s true — and my experience as a forester convinces me it is — then they must be able to store and transmit information. 

And scientists are beginning to ask: is it possible that trees possess intelligence, and memories, and emotions? So, to cut to the quick, do trees have brains?

It sounds incredible, but when you discover how trees talk to each other, feel pain, nurture each other, even care for their close relatives and organise themselves into communities, it’s hard to be sceptical.”<<<Read More>>>

I never thought I would live long enough on this really screwed up planet to witness this insanity. The perversion with dogs, pets and animals sends me over the edge but to think someone actually thinks this way.

Forgive them Father…but do they know what they do?

 

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Oak Tree Burl Infested

While hunting this fall, I came across this young oak tree that was loaded with what appeared to be burls….many, many of them. It’s common to see burls on trees but I’m not sure that I recall ever seeing so many on a tree before. Thoughts?

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Preparing Next Winter’s Firewood?

Perhaps Milt has a well-trained beaver that will chew up firewood to stove length?

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Milt Inman Photo

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Unusual Tree Growth

And the million dollar question is what is that black vertical line appearing through the middle of the tree near the hole? I don’t know. It appears to me that perhaps something was on my camera lens? I don’t recall it being a part of the tree when I took the picture.

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Photo by Tom Remington

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Busy As A Beaver

On one of my journeys through the woods hunting this fall, I came upon a very sizable destruction, if you will, of where beavers had created dams and flooded several acres of forestland. The below photo depicts only a tiny portion of what was taking place here.

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Photo by Tom Remington

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Milt’s Corner – Busy As A Beaver

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Milt Inman Photo

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Sweet Magnolias

This spring the magnolia trees around my home in Florida seemed extra fragrant. I had never noticed them like this in the 15 years I’ve been there. The photo below shows one magnolia blossom and what appears to be many, many little seeds hoping to be taken away to start a life of their own.

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Photo by Al Remington

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