This morning was a beautiful one. Lots of dew on the trees. Anyhow I got a call from my hubby who was going to work and he said "you should see all the spider webs down our road there must be hundreds all along both sides like an army getting ready for battle lol..." So knowing me I grab my camera (keep in mind I still have the flannel pj's on ..lumberjack design) off I went. It was truly awesome... I couldn't do it justice so I took a picture of part of the road and it looks like there are little aliens on the bushes... That is the first shot the rest are shots of the different webs. I swear this is where people who crochet got their first designs for doilies... back in the day. this one looks like it is inside a birds head.. for some interesting facts on spiders please visit this site http://animals.howstuffworks.com/arachnids/spider5.htm History of Doilies
Definition of TOBOGGANING
: the act, art, or sport of riding a toboggan
First Known Use of TOBOGGANING
tobogganingnoun (Concise Encyclopedia)
Sport of sliding down a snow-covered hill on a toboggan, a long, flat-bottomed sled made of thin boards curved up at the front end. The word is of Algonquian origin and probably refers to a towing sled. Tobogganing as a sport appears to have originated on the slopes of Mount Royal in Montreal in the late 19th century. In the early 20th century many tobogganing chutes (3-ft-wide wood- or ice-sided channels) were built. excerpt taken from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tobogganing
The sunsets where I live never cease to amaze me.