Black-Eyed Susan

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If you get a chance while driving north on Big Horn Avenue a glance to your left will reveal a profusion of Black-Eyed Susans just begging to be looked at. If you can't see them in person you'll have to settle on this photo taken on a beautiful Tuesday morning. The Ojibwe, native Americans, used the roots of the plant as a poultice for snake bites and for treating colds.

If you get a chance while driving north on Big Horn Avenue a glance to your left will reveal a profusion of Black-Eyed Susans  just begging to be looked at. If you can't see them in person you'll have to settle on this photo taken on a beautiful Tuesday morning.
If you get a chance while driving north on Big Horn Avenue a glance to your left will reveal a profusion of Black-Eyed Susans just begging to be looked at. If you can't see them in person you'll have to settle on this photo taken on a beautiful Tuesday morning.
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