Yup, we are still walking the dirt roads of Jericho, Vermont, and tagging a few photos along the way for our Roads of Community Living Series. My shoes and shoelaces reflect the April weather, a little bit of yellow/green, a little bit of black, and lots of brown as we walk Schilhammer Road in April 2020.
Nevertheless, the sun is warm, from time to time someone or something sticks their head out to say hello to us (from six feet, of course - four in this case).
Mount Mansfield still looks like a snow cone.
However, coltsfoot leads the way for flowers and they mimic the sun with their yellow and orange colors along with their determination to push through the graveled roadside.
Off come the snowshoes, out come the bikes and convertibles.
|Stone age SUV?|
Paint the barn red to draw in a good ole roasting hot summer.
Temperatures are rocketing upwards.
For that we are darn pleased.
Perhaps it is time for me to change at least one of my shoelaces to a blue or red, or orange or even bright yellow!