S o n g s from the W o o d
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Here's proof that "Corkbark firs" grow in northern Arizona.
"Walking through forests - of palm tree apartments ---
Scoff at the monkeys who live in their dark tents,
Down by the waterhole --- drunk every Friday ---
Eating their nuts - saving their raisins for Sunday.
Lions and tigers, who wait in the shadows ---
They're fast but they're lazy, and sleep in GREEN meadows.
Let's bungle in the jungle! Well, that's alright by me.
I'm a tiger when I want love,
But I'm a snake if we disagree."
(Jethro Tull - 1974)
Just some pretty trees growing along the Inner Basin Trail, east of AZ's San Francisco Peaks.
This photo was taken above 9,000 feet in elevation.
October 15, 2008