A Rocky Wormhole

A Rocky Wormhole

Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission

This photo in the hubs Flickr stream caught my eye. Sometimes that trip through the wormhole has a rocky landing. But then I look at those trees. There they were. Thriving in that very rocky landscape.

Here’s the what hubs has to say about this photo:

Hill Country Farmland"

Limestone outcrops along the top of a hill in Texas's Hill Country near Natural Bridge. As one old rancher told me, " This is tough country. Hard to run a profitable ranch here because of the soil. You can't plow it, and if you decide to graze cattle they better learn to eat rocks."

Is it just me or did the hubs do good with this one? What’s your landing likely to be this weekend? I hope it’s not too rocky! 

Perilously yours,


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