Saturday, December 19, 2009

Ex-traneous images of northeast Stuart, FL

Much in the same way that spiders can be routed to dolls and sheaf-bug/bagworms to concrete, those annoying and painful red ants can be routed to tree stumps.
Water-swollen tree 'knees' near the local temple are a clue that the hurricanes may have served to tighten the joints of various historic wooden structures around the former fishing village (Stuart, FL).
And, finally, a sign of the times -- an old-timey dumptruck, symbol of an era when yellow-hairs traded in their conestogas to have personal dumptrucks.

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