8 thoughts on “North Lake Okanagan”

  1. Sounds lovely. The start of spring is such a magical time of the year. It’s funny how quickly the landscape can transform once the trees start to bud. Have a wonderful weekend. Linda

  2. Spring may come in fits and starts, with sun and cloud, warm and cool, dry and snow, but there is no mistaking that soft feel in the air. We were surprised to see the pussy willows starting on our walk the other day. Spring is coming….right after the next blizzard. Thanks for sharing Lynette. Allan

    1. Right? It’s unmistakable! Yesterday we spotted quite a few of them just starting to break open. Another day or two and that gentle light green will be everywhere. I will miss it here though because I’m returning north tomorrow.

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