Daily Pics 2020…#9.

Nice dark maroon hollyhock

Hi everyone on this snowy morning here at Steve’s Country!  It is a bit milder at least, but very snowy.  Then tomorrow we head back into more cold again.  In other words, it’s winter for us!  Poor Muffin, she does not like looking out the window when it’s snowing.  I can understand that, snow means winter, more snow just means more winter.  She wants spring so she can have her window open again, and watch her chipmunks.  I agree.  Muffin and I both prefer summer over winter any day.  Some people would prefer winter over summer.  Everyone is different.  Though I still can’t understand choosing -30C (-22F) over 30C (86F).  You just can’t stay warm for long outside at cold temps.  And it can get a lot colder than that around here.  Oh well.

I think it’s time for some warm thoughts…

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And here we have an odd one, called the grass-of-parnassus, which isn’t grass but is a very beautiful flower and grows in wet areas around here.IMG_4839

And here is the beautiful and dainty harebell.  It likes to grow on dry rocky areas, but will grow most anywhere as long as it’s not too wet.

There is today’s wildflower pictures to share with you.  Brings back nice warm summer thoughts for sure.  I hope you have a great day and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

© 2020 Steve McLeod.

40 Comments on “Daily Pics 2020…#9.

  1. Oh your pics today are especially beautiful. Lol, I am one of “I would choose winter” folks. I do not like to be hot. Maybe we can trade places, Texas is currently pretty mild.

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