very pretty Judy! It is melting!!
It was beautiful up north with the brooks all running. Now if those feet of snow on the grass will just melt before Memorial Day. 🙂
Maybe it will all melt by June. … 😉
June would be good because we still have feet of it everywhere. 🙂
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The promise of spring!
What a welcome sight, eh? 🙂 🙂
You know it. 🙂 Haven’t seen you in a while, hope all is well in the land of sun.
oh my…you may not know this as I forget who I have told and and who I haven’t! I leave for London this Friday which is something I’ve had planned since 2 days after I got home from there last September. But….the REAL news is this: a month ago, that Russian guy I wrote about on my blog invited me to Moscow and I am travelling there from London on 22 April! Consequently I put my blog on hold until I get over to England, and haven’t been reading too many posts! When I saw your “spring melt” title though, I knew I had to check in!!
Wow – travel safely, have a blast and will look forward to hearing all about it in future posts. We’re headed to Holland/Luxembourg/Belgium the end of April. Yeah for travel. 🙂
There it is! I love the smell and sounds of spring melt…wish they could bottle it.
We have a lot of brooks that run along the roads or nearby and they truly are beautiful this time of year. 🙂
Just beautiful, Judy! Hope all the snow melts s-l-o-w-l-y… and waters your garden. You should have a great growing season ahead! Your upcoming travels sound really wonderful!! So much to look forward to this Spring! ♡
Wow! Absolutely lovely, Judy.
And just think pretty soon you’ll have MUD SEASON to look forward to: )
Lovely photos 🙂
We will have MUD SEASON this year with all this melt. 🙂
Here is hoping you don’t get more of that white stuff for this year! Great pictures and I can almost hear that water running.
It truly is picturesque.
I hope spring is not too far away for you Judy 🙂
The sugar shacks need this in between time, warm sun during the day and cool at night, in order to process their maple syrup so I’m hoping they have a great season and then spring descends upon us quickly. 🙂
Thank goodness all that snow has begun to melt! Very glad to say ours is just now entirely gone.
Hooray, I can’t wait to see a nice green weed . Be sure to post one of yours. 🙂
Your photos are “sooo New England!” Charming! Nice to see all that snow go away – I was amazed at how much lower the big bank in front of our house shrank after just two days of 40 degrees (which felt like 80 to me after what we’ve been through!)
Thank you, friend. First day of spring was so blasted cold, and I looked outside before going to bed and there was a fine coating of snow on everything. Really Mother Nature? 🙂
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