March 26, 2015 by Rob Hurlbut
Tulips In The Sun
One constant thing about Colorado is that the weather is constantly changing. As a warm weather person, I look forward to spring and summer the way a surfer looks at the ocean; I just can’t wait to get into it. I want to be able to wear shorts and flip-flops and any time of the day or night and ride my bike everywhere. While Denver has had some very warm days this year, it’s not full on springtime yet and even the plants are being fooled into coming out of their winter dormancy early. Case in point, the photos of the flowers in this post they were taken less than 24 hours apart. It’s been so nice for the last few weeks that tulips are kicking things by blooming for me in late March and then, the very next day…
Tulips In The Snow
They got snowed on. Snow in March is not an unusual thing in Colorado but blooming flowers is a little out of the ordinary so on this day I got to see flowers covered in snow. I’m writing this the day after I took that snowy photo and the snow is already melted so spring and winter are really fighting it out. Anyway, this is just a quick post to show you what we go through in Colorado every year. Cheers!