Photo Of The Week. #10

Hi everyone!

Spring, such a beautiful time of the year. And this is what it should look like this time of year too, unlike the photos to come in my morning post. This is part of the river path, a beautiful place under tall pines, the area covered with a thick mat of pine needles. Have a great day and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

Β©2022 Steve McLeod.

11 Comments on “Photo Of The Week. #10

  1. The scene you showed looks so inviting ! Have a great day ! πŸ™‚πŸ˜»β˜•οΈβ˜•οΈβ˜•οΈβ˜•οΈ

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    • It is very beautiful along that area. I’m looking forward to getting back there again, but it’s going to be a while yet.πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜»β˜•β˜•β„οΈβ„οΈ


  2. Snow cannot resist the longer daylight hours. The warmth of the sun always begins to raise the temperature and bring some melting. Spring will come to your area. Here in the Far North, there was twilight at midnight. Although it is below freezing now, it will get warmer and above freezing later on in the afternoon. So far we have had a slow melting of the snow, which is good, as it prevents flooding. May the sun shineβ˜€οΈ and warm up things in your area. Enjoy the day and the birds!

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    • The problem with our spring this year is the constant strong north winds that have been bringing Arctic air into our region. We have been stuck in this weather pattern for a while now and it’s supposed to continue until mid May, though it will warm up a bit from what it is. Even Monday is supposed to be mainly sunny but temps staying in the 20sF because of that north wind again. Strange spring this year. But we are expecting lots of rain this weekend which will help melt our snow, 1 to 2 inches of rain coming. Fortunately we don’t have to worry about flooding in this area. Basically we will miss our spring and just go into summer the last half of May. One year we still had patches of snow in the forest in mid June! Thanks, have a great evening!πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ΊπŸŒžβ„οΈβ„οΈ

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      • Sorry to hear you are getting all that Arctic air. Living just south of the Arctic Circle, we have long cold winters and wonderful short midnight sun summers. The ground is still frozen, Although we have had snow fall in every month, it has not happened for many years, in the summer. Our leaves will pop out mid May. Hope you do not have snow on the ground in the forest, in June, this year. Maybe the rain will help melt the snow, soon. Trust you will soon be walking on a snow free surface to the river. Enjoy your rest with Muffin. πŸ±πŸŒ»πŸ™‚β˜”οΈ

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      • Yes, I’m sure that the rain will make a difference, though with the freezing temps coming early next week it will produce a lot of ice for a couple days. I figure another 2 weeks and I should be able to attempt another walk to the river, unless it really warms up a lot which is not in the forecast. But it is nice to have longer days now. Thanks!πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ΊπŸ˜΄πŸŒ™

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