Saturday, June 07, 2008

Snail Shells and Dyers Woad

For Young Womens we did a service project of pulling and leaving Dyer's Woad to stop it from spreading. It is a noxious weed that came over from eastern Europe and Tibet in the 1700's. It makes a dark blue pigment hence the dyers part of the name. Shayla and I had a good time also looking for other stuff too. She found all these white snail shells all over the place.

5 comments:

Schwabs said...

I can't believe you went back and took a picture of the Dyers Woad. :) You goofy gal. These are some pretty pictures of it though. Too bad you didn't take your camera while we were up there. Haha!

Sally Anderson said...

You are awesome Sara. Now you know how much I wanted my camera. I won't make the same mistake!

megan said...

You really do take beautiful photos.

Sally Anderson said...

Thanks Megan! You make a handsome baby boy!

Libby said...

Sal...you can't move. When are we going to get to say goodbye to you guys before you leave? I have Clara's b-day present too that I need to get ot you.