The aspen leaves are unfurling.
And the neon spring glow has arrived.
Lupines lift their heads.
The sweet smell of mahogany flowering lures in the nose.
Pinyon pine cones sparkle with sticky sap.
Plateau lizards play in the sunshine.
Vultures soar overhead.
Been unseasonably warm, walking around in short-sleeves with no jacket. Then the wind kicked in this afternoon enough to blow hats off. Must be spring at the North Rim Grand Canyon.
Spring arrived at 8,000 feet and summer is on its way. What’s blooming at your elevation?
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