Late afternoon early March reflections.
The grass isn't greening yet, but the plants on the springs are.
Spring solstice contemplating.
Late March snow.
A frosty cairn.
The water is a lot warmer than the snow.
Installing the windsock in memory of Dad.
Yep, a northwesterly prevailing wind.
Early April turkeys. Natural ones.
Horses make the landscape look even better.
Can you find the coyote in this picture?
Checking in on Dad's windsock.
The first of May and it is starting to green up.
A group from Washington & Lee University in Virginia were here for a week.
A tree-borne porcupine.
The W&L group, with Mom and Eric Z.
Corey and Jeramie creating a connecting path for one of the trails.
Early evening sunburst.
Nikki, Chris, Ruth and Cora.
Fascinating late evening sunburst.
Another gorgeous Wingsprings evening.
More interesting clouds.
Fran and Andrea displaying Andrea's drawing in front of the landscape in it.
Double rainbow over the garden.
How about them clouds?
WIyaka, Star and Ruth.
The vegetables are growing.
Rich, Karen, Susan, Pam and Erin from John Carroll University.
Corey installing the painted stringers to the lower deck.
Ah, what a sunset!
The garden making good progress, with flowers for Mom in the corners.
Rosemary's retreat brought friends and family together.
Patty, Linda, Charlotte, Georgie, Rosemary and Mom.
Lori from SDPB flanked by Leah and Tyler.
Circling up in the hocoka during another teachers' workshop.
Rain storm in the western background.
After all these years we are finally painting the stucco.
The garden is coming along very nicely.
Here you can see the walls painted and the steps installed to the upper deck.
Late August group of SDSU students and faculty.
Chris & Myaing.
Autumnal solstice foggy morning.
Birds gathering in preparation for heading south.
Early October sunrise.
Not sure why this buck died. Perhaps diseased?
Claire was a big help in getting the bathhouse painted.
Fourth-graders from Crazy Horse School putting their rocks on the cairn.
Tyler teaching the students. Their bus in the background.
What a beautiful day for this wonderful group of students to visit Wingsprings.
This is the skeleton of the buck that died. Coyotes drug his carcass up onto the trail.
The porch "walls" needed replacing so here we are starting that job.
Dicksy & Harvey with the cairn in the background.
Snow storm with high winds.
Wreath from Kent & Sandie giving the "front" door a holiday feel.
The next snow storm really left its mark.
The cairn in early morning late in the year.
New Year's Eve. Wish you were here.
View across the wicoti looking northwest.
The herbarium that Paul G. gifted to Wingsprings to house specimens collected from the surrounding landscape.
The telescope that Patty & Bert gifted to enjoy the night sky.
Dwayne Wilcox loaned his Great Race artwork to CAIRNS.
Scooping a roadway through the snowdrift with the bobcat
Late afternoon view.
A "V" of geese flying north.