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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Transformation

Just 5 weeks ago, we had a big snowfall. We tried to act happy about it....
Today, the flowers are taller than Shyla, and the entire world is infused with vibrant green.
That incredibly wet May snow is undoubtedly one reason for the stunning wildflowers that have bloomed seemingly overnight!
Yes, indeed, it is springtime in the mountains!

19 comments:

  1. Shyla is sure enjoying her spring!

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  2. Looks like a great time to be outside enjoying!!!

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  3. Your wild flower world is sooo beautiful!! And Shyla flying through the blossoms is sooo beautiful and happy!
    love
    tweedles

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  4. Looks like Shyla has her happy face on in the last photo.
    Enjoy the sunshine and flowers. So pretty.
    xo Cinnamon

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  5. It is so gorgeous there! Shyla looks so pretty among all the wild flowers! <3

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  6. Glad you got something to make up for that late snow. I have really enjoyed the bears in the bath. And the little marking tree.

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  7. Shyla and the wildflowers compliment each other
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  8. Oh, those are beautifuls!!!! You guys are so lucky! Maybe next year we'll get some rain and see some beautiful flowers like that! Paws crossed!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  9. Beautiful, and nature's provisions from snow to moisture to flowers, a wonderful world.

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  10. Didn't take nature long to burst out in bloom.

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  11. it's a little like magic :o) ... I rather prefer to run through flowers... dashing through the snow is not really my thingy... :o)
    easy rider

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  12. The snow is fun but the flowers are so much more beautiful!

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  13. All that glorious color. Beautiful.

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  14. I'd get even more excited about spring than I already do if I had wildflowers like those to look forward to! Beautiful! :)

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  15. Hi KB, I love visiting you! You always make me smile, so thank you. I was surprised that you have Irish roots-don't know why. The land is so beautiful, once you get away from the cities. I hear that our town in Co. has gotten more rain and the snow is melting, leading to more flooding. Hope you have a great evening.
    Hugs, Noreen

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  16. Parental Unit remembers those gorgeous fields of wild flowers from her trips to Montana...just stunning!

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  17. Shyla sure sprung into Spring!

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  18. I want my area to be covered in wildflowers!

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