We seem to have gotten some more snow. I don’t remember being informed, but here we are. It was just a light dusting, though, and the sun is shining faintly through an otherwise overcast sky this morning. It’s not too bad out today (34°F right now), with very faint breezes. I’m slowly gathering evidence that spring may be on the way (pictures below). Also included are pictures of a farcical happening with Rio as I tried to get her into the spirit of spring. I’ve also posted a brief recap of all of my February pictures after that.
Let’s start with the obvious one.
Rio’s coronation: a tragedy in…I’m not sure how many acts:
In case you can’t tell, the pink blur is Rio’s tongue as she snaps hungrily down on the dried flowers.
And now, my arbitrarily-chosen daily pictures for the month of February:
So, February. The month that was. The vast majority of these pictures were taken within a half-hour’s walk of my home, although there were also some at Seven Mile Creek Park, a railroad trestle on the Red Jacket Trail, and another few taken around the Twin Cities. In February I visited a horrifically cold lake, a few dirt roads, a country cemetery, and my own backyard many, many times, with “my backyard” extended to mean the woods and the river behind our house. Three cats were shot as well. (WHY WOULD ANYONE SHOOT CATS?)