Hours after our Easter dinner, I decided to take an evening jog with Java. I am so blessed to have seen such a beautiful sight- constantly evolving sky-blue-pink with snow covered peaks in the distance. Ahhh.
Neighbor's driveway*, White Rock
It rained! And in the mountains, it snowed. And it made puddles and they were wet! Wow, we don't get that often.
*See that fenced-off area behind the driveway? That's the garden that inspired mine. We've got a wonderful neighbor!
Compost Tumbler, Our Backyard
I just about forgot to take a picture, so all you get is photo scrap of, well, vegetable scrap! Someday those banana peels and mushy grapes will grow up to be wonderful compost for my garden. Well, I won't have much of a garden after I move to New York, but the compost will be happy wherever.
Saddle between Water and Potrillo Canyons
I love the multitude of trails in the canyons near our house. There are trails every which way, both old and cut in to the tuff, like this one, or shallow emerging ones following arroyos. This one's like a bobsled course, but I've never tried that in the winter.
Oh, if only this photo looked this good. Breakfast might've tasted that good with fresh lime juice on the fruit salad and raspberry ginger jam. But it doesn't look nearly as good. Maybe I need a fancy camera and cute dishes. Right.
C and I dug up an armful of garden carrots (from last fall!) and thus needed to use them up. So I baked Elise's apple carrot cupcakes and put cream cheese frosting on top. I'm surprised these few made it to the second day- yum.