Time playing in the snow drifts that still inhabit our north-facing slopes.
When K was diagnosed with the evil C, I wished with all my heart to have one more springtime with her. Usually, spring doesn't truly begin in the mountains until June. We get big snowstorms in March through May. But, we've had spring weather very early this year. We'll pay a price later with fire danger but I do enjoy being out in the sunshine and warmth with my girl.
We saw blossoms today, some that we usually don't see until a month from now.
I hope that they can survive being buried in snow, because it's sure to happen at least once more!
In the meantime, we will all enjoy this glorious weather and give thanks for the gift of each day together.
I live at 8200' in the Front Range of Colorado. I love exploring nature
in the mountains while riding my mountain bike and romping with my
two Labradors. Photography is another passion, including both "normal" photography and trail camera photography of wildlife.
My two dogs are Shyla, a 4-year-old Chocolate Lab, and R, a 8-year-old Black Lab.