It is a beautiful day here in the mountains, so once I finished blocking Alhambra, I decided to take a walk around the property to inspect the conditions of the land and the gardens, now that a good amount of our snow has finally melted.
Yes, I actually completed the scarf and can honestly say I loved each and every stitch. Anne is a genius when it comes to writing patterns, but then you already know that, don't you? :)
We live across the street from a large pond which runs underneath our yard, so Spring is always a squishy time of year, even when we have not had the snows that we had this year.
I have to admit, I am pleasantly surprised that mud season isn't nearly as bad as we thought it was going to be. The nights have been cold and the days have been warm, which has led to a nice gradual melt.
Now we have to keep our fingers crossed that we do not get a lot of spring rains.
Amazing given that it was under 5 feet of snow at one point this winter. On closer inspection, I think that my Oregano may have made it as well. Go figure....they must be sturdy plants!