Spring is starting to assert itself in southern Wisconsin.
First blossoms I’ve seen this spring: Snowdrops at Olbrich Botanical Gardens.
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The recent snow melt has revealed some holiday surprises in the neighborhood. Sadly, I didn’t see any lost presents (unless a busted up recliner counts).
Late May, when all the yellow buses migrate to Vilas Park (and the zoo).
Another sunset from Madison’s Tenney Park.
The tulips are blooming on the square.
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It finally feels like Spring in Madison.
Oh Spring, Spring! Wherefore art thou Spring?
This is not the kind of evening commute I expect in southern Wisconsin on April 18.
Today I noticed the bleeding heart plant in front of my house has emerged and is about 8 inches tall. I noticed this WHILE I WAS SHOVELING SNOW.
Ah, spring in Wisconsin.