The sun is out, and temperatures are over 40° Fahrenheit. Hey, I can actually take a long walk outside!
Where the sun doesn’t shine, sidewalks are still covered with ice, so I have to walk in the street.
Good grief, the sidewalk snowplow really goofed up here.
And they missed part of the road as well.
A orange flag atop this huge snow pile to remind us it’s here!
The storm drains are carrying away the snow-water.
Part of the woods is gone! When did that happen, and how did I miss it?
Some sights I have seen in the last few days while outside walking…
The leaves are just starting to pop out on the trees in our area, due to the delayed end of winter.
Some weird umbrella-like plants. They were everywhere in the woods.
Fungus growing out of a tree trunk.
Trees chopped down to put a turnabout road in.
A lot of trees have naturally fallen too, over the winter.
Lots of rain, making things gray and soggy.
Tulips by a stone bench.
A beautiful flowering tree.
A brief rainbow over a church parking lot.
This Easter afternoon, I took a long walk with my youngest son and enjoyed the return of the color green to our local park.
Not sure what these green plants were, but they were popping up everywhere in the woods.
In other areas, velvety moss covered the ground.
Moss outlined the edge of the road as if it were mascara.
This shallow pond was full of frogs singing their hearts out.
A winding creek with more of those green plants that look like some sort of leaf lettuce.