Yesterday was an odd day in central Texas. Early April, spring well-underway, yet the mid-day temperature was in the 40s and, at times, it was actually snowing! That would be unusual here even in the depths of winter.
With my parents visiting from Chicago, we had planned to take them on an excursion to the Fredericksburg area to witness the amazing wildflower display that we had seen a portion of last weekend. Despite the cold and sleet more reminiscent of their home than ours, we went anyway, and were not disappointed. Even more flowers had come out in the intervening week, and they did not appear troubled by the freakish weather.
Below are some pictures. The last one may appear to be one of our ice storm pictures from January snuck into this post, but it was taken yesterday in Gillespie county along with all the others.