Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by TigerBait3, Jul 17, 2008.
ok guess I'm just not a food connoisseur :lol::lol:
Pine trees. Not worth much, break like a twig, are extremely messy, and rather ugly to me.
ah, but are they ever popular in construction
I've got 120 acres of them standing in Grant Parish. They look friggin' beautiful to me.
Back when I lived in Louisiana, I'd have been inclined to agree with you, but now that I live in North Texas, where trees are less than plentiful, I believe that any tree is a good tree.
perhaps my opinion is skewed since all of them look like this due to hurricanes. :grin:
Now this is beauty. Let me tell you a secret . . . money grows on trees. :wink:
A gas well in the foreground would make them even prettier! There is always hope.
Stacey, I'm with you on this one. I grew up in the Midland/Odessa area. A tree there is a sacred thing. Nothing but a few mesquites grow naturally in the Permian Basin.
Most folks here will think I'm lying when I mention a west Texas town named "Notrees". Back me up on that one, will 'ya? ldskule:
I've eaten there a few times (not in Dallas) and always thought they were inexpensive.
I wouldn't trade my oaks for anything.