Do you think we'll have a white Easter, R?
Nah, I don't think so. Look, K, even the sand lilies are blooming in our meadow!
And, the elk are calmly grazing by the pond. They're not fleeing down the mountain like they often do before storms (the rest of the herd was just outside my field of view).
Needless to say, we all awakened to a snowstorm. I dusted off my snowbike so K and I could romp on the trails together.
This is the time of year when my attitude toward snow starts to sour although I know how desperately we need it. Even K looked a bit dubious about having clumps of snow on her face.
The rule of thumb is that springtime lags by 10 days for every 1000' of elevation gain. So, the Pin Cherries should bloom here in about 30 days! Now that's something to eagerly anticipate.
Is anyone else having a white Easter?