Live Oak Squiggles. A very technical term (it may be just mine??) for those yellowish-green squiggles that appear on the Live Oak trees in the Spring after a good bit of their leaves have dropped. These trees are amazing!The squiggles can be a mess, if the weather is dry, which it usually is the squiggles turn into dust that you can see blowing in the wind. If the weather is rainy they turn into wet clumps of mush which then dry out and blow in the air. This time of year there are a lot of brown paper hard bags used. These trees are a lot of work, and they have been here many years – they are worth it. I cannot imagine this area without them!
Happy Spring and enjoy your Sunday!
I don’t normally send out two posts in one day, so please know this isn’t the norm!
Catch you back here tomorrow!