In the same place as a month ago, but now grown to a clump:
Probably Sarracenia minor, the Continue reading
Update 2019-05-20: A more likely identification.
Definitely not a rattlesnake.
Whatever it is, it chose poorly by showing up right in front of the dogs’ doghouse.
Don’t know which dog dislikes them most, maybe Yellow Dog. Continue reading
It’s a Nepenthes.
Pretty sure it’s a
which is common across southeast Asia.
Yes, that makes it exotic here, but it’s very picky,
so Continue reading
Eat them roaches!
You can see this is quite a large lizard, since those shelves are made out of
six-inch-wide floor boards.
So that’s really more like 5.125 inch, but that lizard is quite a bit longer than that.
Eat more bugs, lizard, and get bigger!
Nope, no longleaf in there.
Except these ones. Continue reading
Found in the same spot as three years ago.
Presumably the common sundew, Drosera rotundifolia. Continue reading
First I’ve seen in the wild in these woods in more than forty years:
a pitcher plant.
Presumably Sarracenia minor Walter. Continue reading
We planted a garden yesterday: peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, and okra.
“B W Sinclair also owned at one point some land along the Coffee Road,”
Wiregrass Region Digital History Project (WRDHP):
WRDHP photograph, apparently from Lowndes County records
Magnetic variation 4° East Continue reading
Update 2019-02-10: His previous land on Coffee Road at Jackson Road, and family pictures.
Much to my surprise, according to evidence turned up by the
Wiregrass Region Digital History Project (WRDHP),
an owner of the mill at Bowen Mill Pond west of Quitman, Georgia
was my great-great-grandfather, Benjamin Waters Sinclair.
Annotated detail from
WRDHP Google map of old Irwin County ca. 1870.
WRDHP facebook post 2019-02-06:
We have created a series of maps overlaid upon a modern google earth
map that depict Continue reading