- interlard \in-tuhr-LARD\, transitive verb:
- To insert between; to mix or mingle; especially, to introduce something foreign or irrelevant into; as, "to interlard a conversation with oaths or allusions."
They trundled across the street...
...and up along the neighbor's wall.
There they feasted upon jimson weed, a form of datura.
I imagine those tender young shoots tasted pretty good. I wonder if javelina feel the hallucinogenic effects, or if they just think it tastes good?
They look pretty happy.
Such a close encounter with area wildlife is always fun, and a great start to the day. No one expects to interlard their morning commute with a Desert Museum moment.