What a difference a day makes

Two days ago we received a surprise snow storm. While it was very welcomed, news reports yesterday suggested Denver will have the driest winter on record since the late 1800’s. To all those worried about the tulips, here’s what a day later looked like in the Mile High.

Happy Thursday. Our close personal friend Friday is just waiting around the corner to put more smiles on our faces. Make it a great one!

What a difference a day makes

Just in case you forget what springtime in the Rockies can look like. Love this state.

Springtime in the Rockies

Live, love, bark! ❤︎

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43 thoughts on “What a difference a day makes

    1. Tails Around the Ranch Post author

      We’ve had snow up to Mother’s Day in Denver and this year it would most likely be most welcome since we’ll be breaking a record for least amount of snow this season. Thanks for swinging by the “Ranch,” we love visitors. ❤︎

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  1. LP

    Tulip bulbs seem to love the cold. The tulips in our garden bloom in abundance after we have had a particularly cold winter! Love the tulips in snow photographs 🙂

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  2. Michael (GoldenKali.com)

    Great photos. Mother Nature can be fickle that’s for sure. We had mid seventies Tuesday and today it’s all about the cold and rain. The girls are agnostic about the weather but for different reasons. Kali is just as happy sleeping in front of the [insert just about anywhere in the house here] and Kloe is oblivious to wet, cold, warm, hot, dirt, mud, etc. Here’s to drying out and getting our Spring on soon! ☀️

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  3. evilsquirrel13

    Winter was dry here as well, but lately I think we’ve turned into Seattle…

    My tulips look sad this year, though maybe they haven’t all come up yet since they have no idea what to make of this weather either…

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    1. Tails Around the Ranch Post author

      Too bad it’s the one bulb I have terrible luck with. Mine always flop over with the slightest drop of moisture and unlike daffodils, they never recovered. I have one bunch of miniatures that only get about 3″ high. I would soooo love to have these beauties in my yard. Swoon.

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