Seriously, that’s all it is. A hunk of busted glass.
Big Mango Trading Co on
Industrial….I mean Riverfront Blvd, You know how older people call things by the names they used to have?
That’s where I am in my life.
Anyhoo, the Big Mango building used to be a gas station in it’s former life. Now it’s an import company filled to the brim with stuff that litters the side of the road in places like Thailand, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka.
We highly recomend a visit if you’re near downtown Dallas.
They have great stuff……….. like broken hunks of colored glass.
2 Bucks a pound for imported trash seems pretty reasonable…
……so I picked the biggest one that I could find to go next to the little green piece that Jamie discovered while removing the Indian Hawthorne in the flower beds.
(20 bucks. Done Deal)
A hunk of busted glass that reminded both of us of the color of the Caribbean Ocean.
Looks great nestled in with the thriving cacti and pea gravel.
and reminds us of summer vacations…….
(and not soon enough, we are headed to Cabo San Lucas in less than 2 weeks…….stay tuned)
Just got back from Cabo……Have fun:))))
Shelly, we are counting down the minutes ’till we leave….hehe
20 years ago, my husband’s parents were visiting us in Washington State and brought along a big piece of glass they’d found, sure that it was part of a meteor. They even took it to a WA State College geology department to have it checked out. Alas, it really was just a pretty piece of glass, very similar to yours!
Ha! I think it looks like a big blue ice cube, never thought it fell from the sky…..
Merry Christmas, to the 5angi house?
Peace & Blessings from my phone & Me
That looks terrific! North of Bowie, TX there is a very old falling down stone house that has boulders of blue glass mixed in with the stone. I always wonder where all of that glass came from a hundred plus years ago.
Sounds awesome……I wonder where this piece came from too…..has to be industrial
Love these big chunks of glass! There is a place on 71 hwy, just west of Austin( big surprise there) that sells them too. Perfectly matched with a desert landscape 😉