Spring is trying to run its course around here, but April showers keep dumping water all over May’s flowers. I had to check to see if Great River Park has survived. It looks like the parking lot is fine, but the walking path is still submerged and there seems to be some tree damage.
We’ve got a few sunny days in the forecast, before rain returns on Friday. It’s a reach for the weather service to forecast the weekend, but they’re predicting sunny skies and 68°f (20°c) – I’ll take that if it happens.
I hope your week is starting out on an up-note.
This little waterfall nearly dries up in the summer, but it’s running strong now.
The south trail, from the park is still under water.
Parks are still flooded along the Farminton River.
There’s a walking trail under there. The water has to drop about another foot.
This group is responsible for bringing us the Riverwalk Trail, Great River Park and Riverside Park.
This is a Scarf Joint. When I contemplated doing the April A-to-Z challenge, I was going to do woodworking as a theme – this would have been “S”
Newly renovated Lincoln Financial building. The little seating area faces the river.
The north end of the parking lot is dry-ish
Looks like there was some damage. I wonder if that will delay getting the boat ramp dock in place.
One wet, hungry little squirrel. I gave him a peanut. He just sat and ate it and begged for another. Maddie didn’t seem to mind waiting.
The Russian White Lilac is starting to bloom.
Lilacs, Dogwood and our neighbor’s crab apple are all starting to bloom.
The sand cherry bushes are starting to pop.
The lilacs are beginning to bloom.
Come on, you can do it.
Maddie and I are going out. I think we should say goodbye to MiMi.
“Why don’t you two go feed the squirrels – or play in traffic.”
Back from our walk.