It was quite the surprise to wake up to six inches of snow that fell last night. After all, wasn’t there a spring like weekend? However did Old Man Winter managed to sneak, back in here? Actually, this snow was a pretty snow, and even though it’s been a tough and bitter winter, it was hard to be mad at for very long.
It was a day long overdue to visit the ponies, so along the way barns dot the landscape. Alas, the horses were snoozing in the fields most of the time, so no frolicking today.
As long as you can get to the airport on time………..in 10 days. 🙂
I know !! The stars will align for me. I just know it!
Nice to see snow…we haven’t had any this year 😦 Gorgeous photos though
You keep saying that – can we switch? You can shovel snow, I can deal with the mud.:-)
Looks like old man winter wants to stick around indeed! beautiful captures 🙂
I’m starting to wonder if it will ever end.
We wonder the same here in Vancouver, we went to a cozy steady 12 to lately down to 5 if even and clouds 😦
Totally insane…Now how did I not connect you’re in Vancouver? I need to travel there now and have a wordpress Vancouver friends get-together. This is three now.
You know three folks from here in Vancouver? 🙂 so far I only know seeker is as well 🙂
Oh, so that’s what snow looks like! It’s been so long since I’ve seen any, I had forgotten what it looks like. 😉
Thank you so much for such a great laugh!
Christmas scenes in mid-March…..my wife would be in heaven 😊. Lovely Woodpecker.
Now that is funny. Your wife can enjoy the snow anytime here. Thanks Mark.
beautiful pics as always. the bird on the feeder is wonderful, so clear and bright
Thank you so much for your kind words, I truly appreciate them.
Beautiful, but I’ve had enough of the winter. It looks like our spring has arrived. I hope you’ll get it soon too.
Me too ! I did see some crocus blooming in the neighbors yard, but not mine yet. They usually bloom around the 15th. Waiting..waiting.
We had some more snow fall in the Midwest but not nearly as much, it melted soon after. The part of my yard still holding the most snow is right where my crocuses are planted!! And my hyacinth and others that start early in the spring…figures…
I like how you make barns seem so much more artistic! Of course the red one is the prettiest but appreciate the variety. And the woodpecker seems a great model! I haven’t seen many of those in a while, mostly downys.
Is that right? Hummm..wonder where your Red Bellied Woodpeckers are. I am now making my own suet for my birds. Talk about crack for them.
Ooooh, you make your own, labor of love. 😉 The squirrels always get to mine and devour it. I need to devise a better plan with regard to hanging them.