Slushy Sunday Shadow

Pie cozying down in her shelter. That’s Cracker’s looming shadow.

Howdy Sunday. Julia and I woke to a light snowfall this morning. By noon, temps were in the mid-forties and it was all melting away. Here are few pics I thought you’d enjoy.

The morning as it started. This is the view off our front porch, over the hay pasture where the horses graze. It’s too wet to turn them out today but tomorrow they’ll get a few hours’ turnout.
The view from out front window. I planted some mixed tulips yesterday to get a head start on spring. The gravel comes from our creek and driveway.
There’s an eager bulb in every patch.
By noon, the thaw was in full swing. Those tulip bulbs will be blooming shortly! This is the same photo as the night shot I did a few weeks ago.

I hope you’re having a pleasant Sunday. Did you get snow?

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liong
3 years ago

i love all those Pictures,,Spring is around the corner and next adventure are awaiting to be explore

Daryl Jennings
Daryl Jennings
3 years ago

Oh, Just less than 2 inches, then it turned to rain and disappeared. Now it’a 46 degrees at 5:00 p.m. I’m just outside of Winston Salem in Lewisville. I’ve enjoyed following you travels ever since you bought that steel sailboat. My Tanzer was docked at Davis Harbor off Hwy 150 at the bridge. I have enjoyed your travel, and enjoyed reading your wife Julias’ articles about animals. Tell her I wrote that she is a very, very good writer. Hope you both are doing well in these crazy Co-19 times and look forward to reading more from both of you. I still have the Tasmanian Davil shaped postcard you send me from your trip to Australia and Tasmania. I would so enjoy following you I would send you a little check and tell you to get you a few meals on me. lol

Candis Coleman
Candis Coleman
3 years ago

Love these pic’s Bernie!
XO Candis

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