So here it is Thursday already again. There has been lots of stuff going on nature-wise in Seattle, including some snow in the mountains over the weekend. I’m ready to say “enough already.” It’s time for spring to really spring. We have had below average temperatures according to the Cliff Mass Weather Blog, and I”m done with it. We did get a little sun on Sunday, which is the only reason we made it to the ritual. If it had been raining or windy and miserable, I would have soooo bagged that trip. I did get out after I got home to take some pictures while the sun shone.
We’ve had a lot more rain and wind than sun, however. I went to the library today, and it wasn’t raining when we started, but by the time we were done, it was pouring. Poor Friday and I got soaked just going a half block from the bus stop. Glad to be back home in the warm.
I made a trip just for all of you to Pike Place Market so you could see the masses of tulips and daffodills that are there, and took some pictures of the weather over Elliott Bay, too. It got so cold that I had to stop into Tully’s and have a nice cup of coffee by the fire to warm up.
Here’s a slide show for you of this week’s photos:
Be sure to stop by Rambling Woods, and see who else is posting Nature Notes.