Easter is soon upon us. It will be quite a different celebration this year, no church services (unless you watch online or on tv), and no Easter dinner with family and/or friends. Make the best of your individual situations and always look on the bright side. We and our families are healthy as I hope you and yours are as well.
I’ve had ample opportunity to take wildlife photos. Another new species (only 1 bird) has graced us with his presence – a Varied Thrush. He’s been here since March 29, I see him every morning on the bird feeder (his own page). We have gone on some great walks around our property. Only meet gophers and the odd mouse. Sometimes we’ll see deer or coyotes, and lots for birds, especially geese, ducks, and swans migrating. As the snow has been melting, the spring lakes have grown considerably. We just about get rid of all the snow, then it snows again! We are expecting more Easter weekend.
4 Responses to “Happy Easter”
Happy Easter to you both as well. Just took the turkey out of the freezer. Lots of nice photos. You guys are lucky to have so much land to hike, snowshoe or whatever and not have to worry about social distancing. Have a nice one. Love you both. Larry & Viv xxoo
Oops, that one barn is just about ready to tumble. Good to see a few of your perennials coming up, despite the snow you have had.
Happy Easter Marlene and Waldy:
You have such a great attitude about this time in the world. Even though i don’t have your lovely yard and joy of watching many birds and animals, I am grateful for living in my little bubble and feeling well and safe.
Have a very meaningful Easter weekend. Our Church is having a worldwide fast/prayer day on Good Friday to get this Covid under control, protect our caregivers, and have life be normalized again. Lorraine
What a picture of your spread, nothing to mess up the view all the way to the mountains. Yes Easter isn’t just the same this year. Hard to get the feeling. Nadine dropped by to help me move some of the bigger items out of the basement&up the stairs to the garage. 3 weeks we’ll start the move to our new place. It is cold and windy these last couple of days. Everything was covered in snow this morning so that took care of coffee in the gazebo but at least it has melted away. I hope you and Waldi are staying well. At least where you are there shouldn’t be a problem of physical distancing. Have you stocked away provisions? I suppose at some point one has to go to town. Bye for now. Dave