The last half of March is always a busy busy time in snowbird country as the winter season winds down. Lots of last-minute activities with friends get crammed into the end of the season. So we have been busy with largely unphotographable activities. (Unphotographable only because I don't do good people pictures ... can't talk and take at the same time.)
But here are a few that Bill took. Our resort celebrates the end of the season with an all-day event that includes a picnic, games, craft and talent shows, and even a silly parade. The day is called 'Upheaval" which is a good way to describe what happens every year as people prepare for and embark on their seasonal move.
In addition, the weather during the last couple of weeks has been uncooperative for photography. Although it was pleasant for Upheaval Day, there have been too many days of fog and rain in the past couple of weeks. Nowhere near as bad as elsewhere in this winter that doesn't seem to want to end up North, but still not good for getting out and about. And not good for taking pictures.
Our friend Penny took this picture of the Canal on a foggy morning. (And of course now I realize that it was actually quite picture-worthy -- at least with her camera!)
We have had a great season with friends and although some of them have left, a few of us are here for another month or so. And the weather is improving. We look forward to getting back to outside activities -- and to taking more pictures.
FOR: OUR WORLD TUESDAY. Thank you to the hosting team.