Spring Snow

March Snow 2015
So March came in like a lion….and apparently wants to leave like one too.  This morning we woke up to big, fat, flurries that quickly escalated to a full-on snow squall.  Which politely ended one hour later, leaving us with very little accumulation, and lots of pretty photo opportunities.

March Snow 2015
Of course, I had to check the daffodils immediately to make sure they were o.k.

March Snow 2015

March Snow 2015
Maggie and Pepe joined in on the photo journey.  They don’t seem too bothered by the snow.

March Snow 2015
Here is Maggie asking why God, why, why, why do we have to suffer through one more snow? Or she’s checking out a squirrel in the tree. 🙂

March Snow 2015
Out by the road, the sun was already beginning to warm up things enough to melt snow on rooftops and green, grassy areas.

March Snow 2015
Maggie took advantage of a particularly warm spot in the sun while she waited for me to do my thing.

March Snow 2015
The shady winery is great in the heat of the summer, but it means that the snow doesn’t melt as quickly in the cooler months.

March Snow 2015
By this afternoon though, everything has melted away, and all that’s left is a cold March wind. Although this snow wasn’t particularly wanted, it did make a nice excuse to get a fire going in the wood stove this morning. I hope you are staying warm where ever you are and can get cozy with a nice glass of wine tonight. Cheers!

One Reply to “Spring Snow”

  1. A late snow is known as “poor man’s fertilizer”. Makes everything very green. So we can be thankful for it!!

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