Happy First Day of Spring!

Happy and sad all at once. HAPPY to see the spring flowers. SAD that we didn’t get more snow pack. It will be very important this year to keep our eyes on the lookout for leaks in our watering systems whether they are drip or sprinkle ones. Here are some guides from the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension on Gardening Guide For High Desert, Some Good Native Plants for Great Basin Landscapes, and Watering Wisely. Here is Home Landscaping for Fire from UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

The photos of the wild flowers and rocks are from our exploration of part of the Dry Creek Canyon by our house in ArrowCreek.
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