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Thank you, Kathy!
Thanks for sharing both fantastic shots!!!!!!!!!
WOW very interesting
So true, Gene and Nellies.
One of those things u have to keep up with it all the time
LOL, grannyghoatlady and patsyanne!
Thanks everyone. smllpkg, no one is living there. Kudzu takes over abandoned buildings, trees, anything that stands still long enough. :) Chickie, I haven't heard of Japanese Honeysuckle. Sounds like Kudzu's cousin, only Kudzu loses it's leaves in winter. lyndee, they are trying to get rid of it, but it's a tough plant and grows pretty fast.
Wow Nana. This is unbelievable. Can't they do anything about this invasive plant? Thanks for sharing this with us.
What a terrible terrible shame. This plant is awful. We have the invasive Japanese Honeysuckle here which takes over fences and young saplings in the woods. It eventually killes them and other natural plant life to this area. And it stays green all winter. Thanks for the post Dottie.
Wow! They'll have to burn that one! Thanks, Sis, very interesting.
Incredible! Have never seen anything quite like this. Thank you.
Creepy! and no pun intended!
Of course, you can always think of it as cheap insulation, I guess...........
Hope no one's living there! :) They'd sure have a tough time getting out!