Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
The last photo looks like it can get really tall.
I assume it is related to the bamboo. Looks like the kind of material you would want around if you were marooned on the proverbial desert island.
There is some cane near the Campbell Folk School over our way. The Cherokees were very talented in using their resources. That's a lovely basket.Sam
it astounds me a bit to look at the raw cane and then at that basket...that is some skill....
Hmmm. We assumed we had invasive bamboo on our bottom land, but got to take a more careful look.
That river cane reminds me of bamboo. I'll bet the baskets are super strong!
Hello VickiI love the flute picture. I have to agree with your other readers~river cane does look like bamboo.Have a great day and evening.BestTracy :)
I don't I've ever heard of River Cane before. Pretty versatile material, though. Love the flutes.
I've never heard of river cane before, but it looks a lot like bamboo. The baskets are very pretty and I love to read about the origins of these things. I suppose the river cane is invasive? like bamboo perhaps so I could understand if the farmers cleared it out.
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No matter how often I come across it in the mountains, the cane always surprises me and looks so out of place.
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