Texas Area Scapers

Texas Area Scapers from left to right:

Goose, Night-Owl, Genma, bache, ArtistStudio, Dorien, Dallascaper, OtomO, MoyasPilot and Azure

 

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Sunday Moring

Camp Grounds

 

Genma took great pride in entertaining the group with his amazing musical ability.

Cook out

 

 

 

Eating was the favorite pastime. Here we see FemaleSpecies and Night-Owl doing what women do best - working in the kitchen. :)

 

 

Music

 

ArtistStudio is very talented with the guitar, among other instruments.

Lunch

 

Lunch Saturday afternoon at Mercado Juarez Cantina was great. Here we see Goose, Azure, Genma and FemaleSpecies enjoying the food and each other's company.

Rose Gardens

 

Fort Worth Rose Garden. The oldest part of the garden was built in the 1930's by very poor people. The gardens cost somewhere between $100 and 600 million dollars to build. Today the gardens employ somewhere between 2 and 20,000 people to maintain. I stand behind my facts, so you can quote me.

Pond

 

Our group is mesmerized by the serenity of the pond. We see Genma as he considers the structural feasibility of building a dam for the stream.

fountain

 

As a former employee of the Botanical Gardens, I can assure you this kind of behavior is not tolerated.

foundtain

 

When not working his normal job, Goose films shampoo commercials.

waterfall

 

Our group sitting on a waterfall feeling mighty fine.

bridge

 

We had a little incident on the bridge.

bamboo

 

Our group managed to get lost in the bamboo. We are lucky, last year the Japanese Gardens lost 26 tourists the same way.

tree

 

The Botanical Gardens are home to many interesting species. Here we see a creature emerging from its nesting area inside an ancient tree. OtomO

warehouse

 

The original Spaghetti Warehouse --Fort Worth Stockyards-- used to be a brothel.

bull

 

Dallascaper in the unusual position of sitting on a bull, instead of being full of it.

 

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We may plan more get-togethers in the future. To learn more I suggest joining the Texas Area Scapers group at Yahoo Groups. The main page hasn't been updated lately, but if you join, you will see all of our latest emails and you can send / receive new emails within our group.

 

 
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