My Human has been trying to exhaust herself. She’s busy with something called “spring house cleaning”.
Do you know what that means? It means I’m neglected! That’s what it means!
Now let me look out here…
And tell y’all about the mountain weather…
Mornings here in the mountains are in the high 40’s to low 50’s Fahrenheit. Days are sunny and warm in the low to mid 70’s Fahrenheit.
Today will be a very wet day since we will be effected by a weather front, not just “ridge runners”.
Late afternoons or evenings usually bring “ridge runners”. Those are thunderstorms that run around and around the mountains. They circle. Sometimes they are just black clouds on a higher peak and other times it is on our mountain and it is pouring here. These heavy showers cause the temperatures to drop 10 to 20 degrees in a few minutes. The rain is great to wash the pollen out of the air. Oh, yeh, and to water the plants too.
Y’all come back now!
Guess all you can do during the spring cleaning is watch the weather and smell the pretty flowers.ReplyDelete
Oh, Spring Cleaning...I wish you hadn't reminded me!ReplyDelete
That, and your weather is far prettier than mine has been.
We are sorry to hear that you are neglected...spring cleaning is NO FUN!! We do LOVE those photos of your beautiful flowers...and where are your mountains? Do you live in Colorado?ReplyDelete
xoxo Chloe and LadyBug
Stopping by to say hello and enjoy your (always beautiful) photos!ReplyDelete
Nice post. Thanks for sharing useful information. house cleaning salt lakeReplyDelete
Wow, Hawky. Not only are you an amazing weather dog, but you can also take amazing pictures of flowers.ReplyDelete
Huggies and Cheese,
Spring cleaning does take attention away, but it won't be for long! Love your rose buds. I bet they're beautiful when they bloom! We sure could use some of that rain here. Our ground is starting to crack it's so dry!ReplyDelete
Spring cleaning = yuckReplyDelete
Stop on by for a visit
Pretty pictures. We could use some rain here. It is supposed to be 90 on Sunday here. I guess people with pools will be able to enjoy them...lol.ReplyDelete