A Merry and Blessed Christmas

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From the balmy environs of South Texas, even the jumping cactus heralds the joy of the season.  Merry Christmas from the Deerslayer, the deerslayer’s wife, and the whole clan.

2 Comments on “A Merry and Blessed Christmas

  1. Nice picture of Jumping Cactus. It is my least favorite type of cactus. As a mountain biker and hiker, I have a healthy fear and try an avoid it at all cost.

    • I’m glad you liked the picture. It always amazes me that many of the things in South Texas that are the most beautiful are also the most prickly and dangerous.

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