Springtime in the Canadian Rockies is characterized by weather system after weather systems moving in from the Pacific. We get snow squalls, rain, sunshine, more snow squalls, sunshine, rain, etc. Yesterday when we were walking Skye at Koeneman Park, this threatening-looking mass of dark clouds filled the northwest horizon.
Luckily it held off doing anything until we got home, then snow pellets hammered down on our yard. The furry lasted about 20 minutes then the sun came out and all was forgotten. Like they always say around here, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait 15 minutes.”
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