Monday, April 4, 2016
Snow that covers the ground has been a rarity this year. The April contribution was more than we had in November and December.
You can see the daffodils peaking up in the foreground, bent over under the weight of the snow.
Our front yard pines always look good with a mantle of white. This did not last long, and we are already on to a new season.
The wonderful river birch (my favorite tree!) shows off its paper bark under any weather or time of the year. It sheds its bark and gains replacement coverage in a continuous cycle.
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