Thursday, April 23, 2009

Dinosaur poop found!

Just kidding! But couldn't this maybe, just be that? Who knows!
Actually, friends Jerry (above) and Judy made a road trip over to Minneapolis, Kansas, and found "rock formations that are rare and this is the largest group of them and of this size in the world. When we got there, we were the only people there and we got some neat pictures. We saw a pheasant, a wild turkey and a lizard the size of an iguana, but not quick enough on the camera to get those!" Darn, not that I like big lizards, but seeing a photo of one would be OK.

This is a picture of a 'clam shell' with green winter wheat in the background. Oh yes, Kansas is the bread basket of the good ole US of A.

Judy says these are actually sandstone concretions, formed when Kansas was an inland sea. Yes, Al Gore, Kansas used to be under water...
That is "Creeping Charlie" in the foreground, with more winter wheat in the background.

I don't know about you, but I'm ready for some hot bread right out of the oven, spread with butter and strawberry jam! Can't you just smell that bread baking? That is absolutely one of life's best, simple scents. My father used to work for a bread company, and he would frequently bring home an unsliced loaf, fresh out of the oven. I still remember how good that bread smelled and tasted as all five of us kids devoured this treat.
Think about it, and tell me what your most favorite smell is, OK? And if you have time, go check out something special on Haley's site......but don't forget to come back and leave me a comment or else you'll be in DEEP poop today! JK...

7 comments:

Sarge Charlie said...

I will just be in shallow poop, Dinosaur poop works for me......

barb said...

You're gonna get all kinda weird visitors when someone googles dinosaur poop! Just saying.

Sandee said...

It could be dinosaur poop.

Now I'm hungry for that bread. My favorite is strawberry too. Yummy.

Have a terrific day honey. Big hugs. :)

Lois Grebowski said...

ummm... I was googgling dinosaur poop and your blog came up... Where is it?

Bwahahahahaha!

Weird Visitor (aka Lois)

Joy said...

I agree on the bread fresh from the oven. One of the best things in the world!

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

looks like dinosaur poop to me too!!

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxoxoxo

Linda said...

Yep, looks like Prehistoric Poop to me, too! Definitely some very cool rocks there!