On our walk last Sunday, I snapped this weather predicting picture of Tippy.
Those blossoms past her are on a blackberry vine. We always have a cold snap whenever they are blooming. Even though I know that, in my heart I was hoping it wasn’t true this year, as it was 85°F (29.4°C) and I wearing shorts. I was not ready for cold weather again.
Trying to live in the moment, as dogs tend to teach us to do, I was enjoying the warm weather that we did have. So, we walked on. A little further back I heard a cow bawling. For those who don’t live on a farm, cows usually only bawl if something is wrong or they are separated from their baby. As we got closer to her, I saw her coming from my right. I looked up ahead and, there was her calf, calmly waiting on her. Before I could snap a picture, they were together. Calves are so cute, especially when they look so much like their mother.
The next day was windy, but still warm. I think this bull thought it was hot. Either that, or he just wanted to go for a swim.
The weather got progressively worse and we are now experiencing our annual blackberry winter. Yesterday’s high was 48°F (9°C), and this morning it was only 38°F (3.3°C). I’m hoping this one is short lived and we can get back to Spring soon.
Do you have an annual Spring cold snap? If so, what is it called in your neck of the woods?