Mt. Nusatsum

Mt. Nusatsum

Tuesday, March 20, 2012


For our yard, these little snow drops that come up faithfully year after year underneath a Japanese Maple mean that spring has come again.  Even though when they are finished growing and flowering for the year, the soil under the tree turns to dust some years in the summer and after the maple leafs out there is no light reaching them they always are there for us just breaking through the snow or flowering as soon as the ground thaws.  It's always a good barometer that we all get to carry on for another season no matter what the winter was like.  Grizzly


  1. Hey Griz, just added you to my blogroll. Sure enjoy your blog!

    1. Thanks Chinle and glad you enjoy the blog. I enjoy your blog and reading about your part of Utah as well. Hope to visit it someday. Grizzly