A pace that feels like home.
And around again.
So it goes.
Ah, So it goes.
This is the time of year for the magnificent Pasqueflowers to bloom and brighten the hillsides, forests and meadows near town.
These flowers are part of the genus Pulsitilla family which contains numerous species spread across the globe and are the state flower of South Dakota. We noticed two distinct species while on a recent walk with both growing along the sunny hillsides and one growing just about everywhere in both sun and shade.
Hope we can get back out before they are done blooming and wishing you all a Pasque morning.
Tides and clouds rolling in and out. Breathing.
At sunset the bird sang one last song before the frogs began.
Conversing with giants kinda makes your neck sore but oh what stories they can tell.