Spring in Colorado


The cactus quail return to Colorado, so it must be spring. While not as famous as the swallows who have already returned to Capistrano, it’s all good.

Via the Pueblo Chieftain

No, the certain sign of spring arrived in my neighborhood about 6:45 Monday morning…. That’s when I had to stop the car to yield the right-of-way to the proud parents of 14 baby quail, each about 4 inches long….

(B)y the middle of June… the pear cactus, which we transplanted from the native prairie, has sprouted its brilliant yellow flowers, and the woody butterfly bushes have started to attract their frolicking, fluttering flocks.

Now what I want to know is where to find a good jasmine tea in Wichita.


    
    
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