It’s going to get nice here in the Syracuse city neighborhood of Eastwood eventually. It’s spring, after all.
Saturday afternoon, I noticed more green in the backyard my dear wife Karen and I’s cherished Little Bitty.
The grill has been liberated from its mound of covering snow.
The shed is completely free from the white covering that had hidden any access for Ellie B’s hunt for wild animals.
In front, too, there are signs of the melt.
Just a week ago, there was no place to throw the snow on the banks of the driveway and front walk. Now you can see grass around the expanse of both.
I’ve also been tagged by Y, writer and photographer and owner of the excellent PriorHouse blog, to participate in the 5-Post Black&White Challenge. Consider this Post One.
There is still plenty of snow just inches from that plot of ground I showed you in the front above. Much is in the angle, of approach, yes?
And the backyard still had piles for Dogamous Pyle to bury and unbury her bones and toys, too.
Today I tag my Syracuse friend and fellow blogger Jim of Irish Investigations to take part in the 5-Post B&W Challenge.