Today I will write about one of the greatest trees He has created. And thinking and writing about Oak Trees will put me in a more objective perspective!! I have to remind myself....Chin UP!!
Here it is...about the pleasant English oak tree. The Oak Tree was in our primary school text book (precisely The Beacon Readers). So we read about the acorns and the beautiful leaves. We learned that the oak wood is a good hard wood. And of course we learned that oak trees have very long lives.
Acorns were keenly "experienced" by my children when they started watching Chip and Dale..a beautiful
When we were in the Methodist primary school the rich timber family lived just across the road from the school. So we could see their drivers polishing the huge (one blue and one white) cars every day. Those were the days when ramin (wood) was king in Sarawak and people got fabulously rich and showed off their timber income by driving their huge cars even though the roads in Sibu were very very short. Their never did manage to go to third or fourth gear.....Later the oldest of the timber family built a huge mansion at the end of Sibu town and their cars had a better running . May be that was why he built a house out there. May be he wanted to start a suburb as he was quite a far sighted man.
So the photos I took of the oak trees and the acorns today help me feel slightly better. May the oak stand tall and proud as a symbol that nature is still in control.
Oak Tree leaves in autumn......
Some of these trees overhanging the country road making "tree tunnels" are very nice indeed. You can feel as though you are driving through an
I try to take lots of pictures while Mona drives through the tree tunnels...I love to see the light at the end of the tunnel. These photos were taken in Cornwall during my recent trip.
(My skin did become extremely shrivelled and papery in the cold )
Look acorns!! Chip and Dale would enjoy them....So I 've got three here...who will have the third one? or the biggest one?