Spring in the Rockies

Columbines blooming in the yard – our landscaping work paying off.

We got a permit to relocate 2 Ponderosa Pines from a specific area in the San Juan National Forest as part of fire mitigation.

It was hard work but we are looking forward to giving them a new home.

Character Pine in the front yard – we love the curled trunk!

The one in the back is being appreciated by a forest friend.

Time to play! Time to explore Vallecito Resevoir

We found a nice campsite, wooded but a view of the Vallecito Resevoir.

Lots of wetland areas where river flows into the Vallecito Resevoir.

How many goslings? Will they all grow up to be Canada Geese?

We thought we would try Heron State Park in New Mexico. We were not expecting it to be this dry!

But looks like rain is in the forecast – tomorrow we will kayak Heron Lake.

Rain gives us Gorgeous Spring Flowers!

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