Winter started on schedule this year, settled in comfortably, and kept it’s grip. And now, again as if on schedule, the three foot snowpack diminished, making it’s own way to swell streams.
The geese fly overhead, and the first tremblings of Spring growth reveal themselves.
The wildflowers have been extraordinary this year. We have seen over a dozen different kinds of flowers in the back yard and on our walks on the Tioga trail on Elk Mountain.
If you know the names of these flowers, please email us and let us know.
Click on the picture above to see more wildflower photos.
Light and shadow play across a garden awakened by unseasonable warmth.
Following the sun, nourished by the light.
The much anticipated arrival of spring like temperatures and longer days has brought out crocus and snowdrops with a promise of lilacs, daffodils, and more to come.
Clifford Picnic is over.
Two weeks of tropic heat are ending.
The Perseid meteor shower is on the next new moon!
Puck rarely says his name on quiet evenings anymore.
Sirius becomes less prominent.
The Ski King pines for his season.
Share warmfort now with loved ones,
Dream of sharp crystal cold nights;
They’ll be here soon…
This is Midsummer in the Elkmtnarea.
What April showers brought and left behind.