Wednesday, October 19, 2005

JLB Does America!

The trees were right! Big changes are in store!!!

This Winter I’ll be moving from Washington State to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. During my trip, I’ll have the opportunity to see all kinds of wonderful things that I haven’t seen before! As you might expect, one of the things that excites me the most as with any travel, is seeing new trees!

During my trip and following my arrival in PA I will be cataloging the trees/forests that I encounter, and sharing with you my learning as I try to identify a whole new set of tree species!

As it stands, I am not much of a taxonomy buff, and most of my knowledge of tree names is based in colloquialisms and common names. Let’s consider me starting from scratch teaching myself tree-identification as I venture to the East Coast!


  1. Hey, I can't get an e-mail through. I better say something about trees:

    If they are going to trip anyone, it will be Sherman...

  2. Relay access denied

    No recipients were successfully delivered to.

    When the trees trip Sherman, he is successfully delivered to the ground.

    There are so many ways he should be looking, he would prefer not to look at all...

  3. I just ran it by my ISP, so we will see what they say...

    If trees need to send an e-mail, they drop a leaf.

  4. Good one!

    Even being a woman myself, these were so darn silly I just had to share...

    "Reasons Why a Christmas Tree Is Better Than a Woman"

    A Christmas tree doesn't care how many other Christmas trees you have had in the past.

    A Christmas tree doesn't care if you have an artificial one in the closet.

    When you are done with a Christmas tree you can throw it on the curb and have it hauled away.

    A Christmas tree doesn't get jealous around other Christmas trees.

    A Christmas tree doesn't care if you watch football all day.

    A Christmas tree doesn't get mad if you tie it up and throw it in the back of your pickup truck.

  5. oops... forgot to mention the source page:


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