Rainbow as Reminder That This Next Storm Will Pass, Too

Rainbow from Alderpoint Road

Rainbow from Alderpoint Road. [Photo by Apryl Sasscer]

From the top of the switchback on Alderpoint Road, just outside of Garberville, local photographer, Apryl Sasscer, captured a rainbow providing a glowup to the already beautiful So Hum valley.

For those of you tired of this dark season try to remember as the rain pummels us for the next week, even the most daunting winter storms have their end, and spring will arrive…in a month or so.

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BudD
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Bud
23 days ago

That is a great photo…

tru matters
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tru matters
23 days ago

Colorful arc above,
Nature’s paintbrush in the sky, Rainbow spreads its glow.
Aiku-

Ernie Branscomb
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23 days ago

spring will arrive…in a month or so.” Yes, then we will have snow. LOL.

D'Tucker Jebs
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23 days ago

We’ve already got flowers on some of the fruit trees down here closer to the bay.
The first daffodil blooms opened today at my place.

I like stars
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I like stars
23 days ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

I have had narcissis blooming for a week or so. Buds are about to pop on our camelia.

thetallone
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thetallone
22 days ago

That’s right. The 50 year snowstorm we had last year started at the end of February.

Kicking Bull
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Kicking Bull
23 days ago

“want you to know … we are rainbows too”

Humboldt
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Humboldt
22 days ago

My plum trees are already budding…

Man! This is a lot of rain!

Last night, I thought the roof would blow off, or a surprise tree would fall and cause havoc.

I don’t remember a winter this wet, but I’ve only been in the mountains for 17 years…

The old timers probably remember worse.

It won’t be long till we’re dealing with the heat.

Right now, it’s a matter of keeping the little firewood I have dry.