The last day of November.
How did that happen? Seems like time flies faster and faster.
We have some fall color this year.
That's not always the case in Central Texas.
The Blanco River, that was so low from the drought last year, is showing lots of color.
Those are Cypress trees. The do make a mess, when all those tiny needles fall.
But, they make a pretty show first.
My neighbor Elli's Bradford Pear is putting on a show, too.
The leaves blow around and decorate the neighborhood.
Across the dry creek in back, these trees make a pretty view.
It's been very dry, again. We haven't had measurable rain here, since September.
That's not a good sign. Winter is supposed to be our wet season.
The deer are hungry. That makes all our landscapes even more vulnerable.
Gardening here is hard enough. We just hope some rain will come soon.
I hope your November is winding down the way you like.
Have a Great Weekend...