W Things We Appreciate
Wisteria in bloom flows in lustrous sprigs of periwinkle blue, or white, pink, and vivid purple too, that can be formed into bonsai plants or trailed around decorative fencing and patio walls. On its own in the wild, this hardy perennial can live as long as 100 years.
Located in the rugged Daniel Boone National Forest, Cumberland Falls is a major attraction for tourists visiting Cumberland Falls State Resort Park (Corbin, Kentucky). Its 68 ft. cascades have earned the nickname “Little Niagara” and it is the only site in the Western Hemisphere where Moonbows are regularly visible.
Wildlife Crossings – Bridging the gap between roads and Wildlife habitats.
Wild West Writers:
I have to applaud our Weathermen and women. It’s a tough job. For instance, when a weatherman from our neighboring city noticed that the temperatures on the screen behind him read in the thousands one blazing afternoon, he decided to play it off with “I’m not authorized to tell you to evacuate, but I suggest you just get out!”
Happy W Day!
Any thoughts? Can you add to the list of things we appreciate that begin with the letter W?