Damn Wind…big sigh

After being in the 70’s for a few days we are heading back into the typical Northern Nevada Spring…

Wind.

Rain.

Wind.

Snow.

And MORE WIND!

I hate the wind. And I’m not too keen on that 28F morning temp coming up as the Pear tree is starting to blossom out! Wind and Cold Temps…not good for pear blossoms!

I think the lilacs have a better chance of surviving.

Columbine can weather most anything…

So do the Tulips ~

I have to get going…the bird feeder outside my work window is empty and the finches are staring me down.

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About sleepycathollow

I'm Michelle and live in Northern Nevada ~ beautiful mix of high desert and the Sierra.
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6 Responses to Damn Wind…big sigh

  1. I hope you don’t have too bad of a storm! Those poor baby blossoms! Somewhere in Seattle I saw that someone knit a sweaters for their trees. It was hilarious, especially since the sweaters had many more than two arms! 🙂

  2. Colleen says:

    I’m so bummed about this storm too! At least I got a little sun yesterday at the park, felt soooo good! Hope your plants fair well!

  3. digipicsphotography says:

    Love your photos!

  4. Pam Haslam says:

    I just love all of your photos! My columbines have buds, but no blooms yet. Your weather is about the same as ours. We’ve had the wind and more wind, but no rain or snow and our temps have been in the upper 20’s at night.
    Pam in IL

  5. Asifa says:

    Lovely flowers 🙂

  6. We were in the mid-20s this morning too. 😮 But not that wind, which meant a heavier frost. 😦

    Poor little birdie… but he’s so pretty!

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