It’s Spring. Elizabeth says the old adage needs to be modified this year to May showers bring June flowers.
But just because it’s wet and cold doesn’t mean that nothing is going on. We’re keeping busy. For example, Elizabeth took my new ‘aunt’ out on a photo safari to capture photographs of what sogginess looks like in my Boreal realm. I’ll post the results tomorrow, otherwise you will be overwhelmed today, I think.
The gravel path is dry enough that we can go for longer walks with Kay now. Interesting things are happening in the neighbourhood. Several lots and houses are up for sale. And the mansion at the end of a big gravel sidepath is slowly coming closer to completion. Elizabeth says it’s like a Mediaeval cathedral. The building of it is taking forever.
Willow trees (and poplars and birches) are in bloom but not too much else.
But Elizabeth is busy at work in her garden and is beginning to see some greenery emerge:
Kay’s been busy, too, in her greenhouse:
I managed to find some more yard work that needs to be taken care of:
Kay’s a bit embarrassed that I found those. “Come up here, Stella!” Malcolm set up a new bench for the two-leggers while he was here for a visit.
They like to sit there and look at the view:
Hope you enjoyed the Spring Tour!