Every spring we eagerly anticipate the time the snow melt and the roads are passable to reach our cabin. Last week the drifts in the shady part of the mountain road were too deep and mushy for us to get through. But this week, warmer weather facilitated snow melt and we were finally able to get to the top of the mountain. Although there are yet some patches of snow in shady areas, it is mostly gone. The meadow and woods are quite bare, and show signs of being buried in snow for the winter months. It won't take long now, though, since the sunshine is out, for the woodlands to respond with new growth and more wild flowers.
Gracious hospitality is making tea a part of daily life, one sip at a time. Lunch was nothing fancy, but the pleasure of the tea experience was appreciated just the same.
Today I am linking to Bernideen's Tea Time Blog.