SPRING IS HIDING

Snow, Narcissus, on the first day of Spring!
Hope you survive this freeze!
Floral Fri Foto, FOTD, DutchGTN

 

 

Our only way out- to anywhere, can be tricky with
snow. This is  Highway88 dubbed by the locals
as the road with the 13 corners (meaning 13
corners consecutively following each other).
So, this might be treacherous
if you have problems with dizziness, or balance.

 

 

Isn’t this pretty, white door and red building?
Last week we received a backwash dump of snow, since
1500 feet higher, a few feet of snow came down.
Today (Wednesday) again, so the no-travel advise does not feel punishing of even limiting to me.
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I don’t mind the snow, but I do mind the seemingly
unavoidable power outage.My neighbors who
have lived here for 20 years or longer,
told me that “it did not used to be this way.”

 

 

 

Wordless Wednesday, Sat Critters, Weekly Smile
Tuesday: You guys, how about social distancing? Too close!!

 

 

 

On the country side boundaries are quite important.
This tree is officially not on our property, but
a gracious neighbor lets me capture it:).
Makro-Tex: home sweet home

 

 

 

Snow or no snow,
My One-Liner
where we live, we can’t get away from the trees, lol
One Liner, Weekend Reflection

 

 

 

Look Out! There’s a bear in the sky! His face points
to the left, and blowing “smoke!”
One Word Sunday: Pareidolia
Sky Watch On Word Sunday, Sun Tree

 

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30 thoughts on “SPRING IS HIDING

  1. Love this post. Yes spring is shy here too but this year has been behaving well. No snow since middle of March and none in the forecast. Our snow is all gone but cooler temps keep things from greening up just yet. I can’t wait!

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  2. Your photos are beautiful, especially the snow on the daffodils. I love the old tree too. Snow makes everything look more beautiful but it can be so treacherous.

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  3. Although it seems very Spring-like here — I do not trust that we won’t have a late freeze. We had snow one year while all of the Spring wildflowers were in full bloom, albeit a rare occurence. Despite it being very cold for you — the daffodils and tree photos with snow are great captures. Trust you are safe and well. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Beautiful shots! I love snow!
    I hope things are going well up there. Hopefully things will get back to normal soon. We have 256 COVID cases and one death in O.C. I’m bet the flu is worse, thankfully they don’t react this way to the seasonal flu. Strange times!

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  5. Hello, I love the trees too, we live next to a forest. The last sky shot is beautiful. Love the cute deer. Great series! Take care and stay well! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, happy weekend! PS, thanks for the visit and comment.

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  6. So strange that you got snow! We haven’t but it is forecast next week. I wouldn’t mind -. i want spring!!!!

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    1. It is easier to trust strange weather than to trust the strange reports I keep hearing. One blogger who lives in Los Angeles – 256 cases and one death??? in a huge city! Another one reported: no case yet in her county yet. China is saying the Hydroxquine is not working (it has been working for 3 years with 100% success rate in Australia!). Something does not add up!

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  7. We barely received any snow this winter. Our spring temps are finally settling down and we are now mowing the grass. Thanks for linking up today. Lovely photos!

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  8. Friends went up to our float cabin last week and sent me a picture of my blooming daffodils. I’m going to miss them for the first time since they were planted in 2002. – Margy

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  9. Hallo
    Dieses Jahr von Schnee habe ich nicht viel gesehen
    Das Ganze Winter war wirklich Komisch
    schön das wenigstens bei Dir auf den Bildern ein wenig Schnee ist zu finden
    Tolle Bilder!
    Viele Grüße aus Wuppertal
    czoczo

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  10. Daffodils covered with snow are to be seen sometimes in Germany as well but not in this season. The weather is fine. although the wind is pretty cold.
    Your photos are awesome.:-)

    Greetings from Germany and stay healthy and safe
    Christa

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  11. We haven’t had that much snow all winter.
    What an impressive sight!
    Now at least I know what snow looks like again LOL
    Thank you for the interesting, beautiful pictures and linking to the “DND”
    Greetings and stay healthy
    Jutta

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  12. I saw your comment about sending me an email, I didn’t get anything from you, I even checked my spam. I will send you an email to see if that works.

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  13. I like your one-liner. We live next to the trees, too. I hadn’t thought about how we never get away from them either, but it’s a comforting thought.

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    1. It’s a toss up. When it’s cold, the trees make it seem colder since the sun shields the ground, but when it’s blasting hot, I love that same shade underneath the trees. Can you tell I am so spoiled …:)

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    1. Tell me about it! Maybe I am still too much a city person, and “things are supposed to work!” Did you hear today that they want to finish the stay-home phase and businesses closed, around Easter? The amount of people who get sick are really not increasing rapidly (so what was initially called a pandemic, was maybe a first time shock). Am happy about this – maybe people will stop hoarding food then!

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    2. I hope the curve flattens by then too and people stop hoarding food and cleaning supplies!

      It’s very bad here or where you are because there are a lot fewer people. No need to hoard here just get your regular supplies and groceries, and leave some for someone else. Everyone should have a month’s emergency supplies on hand all the time! Katrina should have taught everyone that.

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