Friday, March 14, 2014

It's The Time Of The Season

Tomorrow is the official opening of Daffodil Hill although people were visiting today as I drove by.

I've mentioned in the past that there is 600,000 Daffodils on the side of the hill and many more scattered around this much visited attraction here in Volcano, California.

It could look like this:
 Or this:
Also 3/18/2012
But this is what it looks like now.

This is not daffodil Hill, but down the road at Bob Williams place. He doesn't have 600,000, but he has a bunch.

Enjoy the pictures and if you're local, take a day, drive up, and check out Daffodil Hill. You won't be disappointed. There is also Daffodil Days in downtown Jackson going on tomorrow. Crafts and all that.

And this is our lowly contribution to Spring. It's only one, but it comes back faithfully every year. 
Our one and only.
Happy Spring, a couple days early.

And the snow, we could still get some. Latest we've seen it is May 15th. 


  1. Sure pretty sight to these sore ol' winter tired eyes! Hope that Spring comes real soon, The drought out your way still concerns me.

  2. I love daffodils and crocus. They're a sure sign of Spring!

  3. Mark
    My wife would go bonkers in this place; they say here in the south that when the Daffodils bloom the crappie is spawning. I will check that theory out sometime next week. Thanks for sharing

  4. sounds cool, I agree with Howard... Crocus' are always the first thing to poke thru the frozen ground around here... I'll have to look today

  5. Our daffodils started popping up in January and bloomning in Febuary! Crazy weather this year.