That was my view as I took a leisurely ride around Washington Park on Saturday. There were at least 20 people turning dirt and taking out plants from last year, preparing for the gorgeous plants and flowers that go into the park every year. It was a cool crisp day but we had our typical sun that warms your bones so it was a great day to ride. My plan was to take this “before picture” and take another when the flowers go in, and then another at the end of the summer and I will do that but today, as I was driving by the park I had to take this:
It was taken around two o’clock in the afternoon, and tonight at nine thirty, we have at least 10 inches if not a foot of snow! We will probably have more snow this month than we have had all year. We need it, for sure, we are on track to have a terribly dry summer, with water restrictions already in place. When we have a summer like this, it means buyers will have to look past some of the dry lawns and maybe not as many flowers as usual when looking at houses this summer, but that is part of living in our beautiful Denver. They say it is supposed to snow for at least another day. It is so dry here, our streets should be dry by Wednesday if the snow stops tomorrow (Tuesday) night.
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