It’s a rare snow day in Northwest Arizona. We actually have snow on the ground here at 3,000 ft elevation. I’ll stick a few peeks below the fold.
Meanwhile, here’s another look back to the ceramics of ancient Peru:
It’s pretty here today, but a little brisk. The moisture that we’re receiving now will almost assuredly mean a decent wildflower season. We awoke to a drizzly rain that quickly converted to a rapid snowfall. I missed my photo moment because within an hour much had disappeared.