Last week we got snow in our neck of Joshua Tree for the second time in 2019. The cat was intrigued. Here he is, in a photo by Stephanie, trying to pick up the scent of the local cottontail rabbits.
Rain and snow! At this point in the year that usually means there will be a strong wildflower bloom in the coming spring. Spring generally stretches from mid-March to mid-June — but who knows anymore, given the unfolding climate catastrophe. Anyways, book one of our historic homesteader cabins now if you’d like to visit.