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The billboard read 106F this afternoon. The weather stations are reporting just 100F….regardless, it’s HOT!
Trees are always cherished….but the sight of all these birch trees in northern Stevens County always makes me take a second look.
Achoo! The mock orange bushes are in full bloom….and some folks are sneezing to prove it. Mock orange is a native plant (bush/shrub) to our Northwest. Walking along the shores of the Columbia River today the fragrance was wonderful. Fortunately, … Continue reading
The daffodils are finally in bloom! These were in the side yard at Westminster Congregational Church downtown.
Warmer weather has created some overflowing of the Spokane River. It’s hard to believe that last week at this time we were in the middle of snow storms and thinking spring would never arrive. This picture was taken near Pineriver … Continue reading
Take note: no snow. Today, while on a short hike on Fish and Wildlife land, we saw mud, flowing streams and river, moss, and animal tracks; but no snow! There’s hope, spring is just around the corner.
Before the snow fell our drive near the Canadian border gave us glimpses of lingering autumn color. The tamarack needles turn golden, most fall on the ground and some remain on the trees.
The brilliant sun, and very white fresh snow……….and it was time for sunglasses. Just beautiful today! Folks made the comment all day long….wow, it is just spectacular.
The snow sparkled like glitter as the sun shone on the new fallen snow. Showing properties today was a wonderful experience……..it was a reminder of God’s blessings of beauty on our Inland Northwest!
It’s just simply cold outside. This morning it was about 10 degrees…no melting snow now!