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Finally, spring is a season-in-the-making. It seems to be the time of year that everyone talks about, certainly one of the best things about Colorado. The days are getting longer and warmer, but just a short trip to the mountains can bring the snow, and fond thoughts of winter, right back.
click to enlarge Carol Pollard -  - Upper Skyway -  - School administrator -  - Which of the four seasons is best? I like falling - leaves. There's something magical about leaves turning - colors and just swishing down the street. -  - What's best about spring? It's a time of - renewal. After going through a winter in Colorado, it's - good to see buds come out and color returning to the - landscape. -  - Is spring different here from other places you've - lived? I grew up in California, where everything is - always colorful and green, and you take it for granted. - You appreciate green a lot more when you don't have it - all the time. -  - What will you do to take advantage of spring this - year? Ride my bike more.
  • Carol Pollard

    Upper Skyway

    School administrator

    Which of the four seasons is best? I like falling leaves. There's something magical about leaves turning colors and just swishing down the street.

    What's best about spring? It's a time of renewal. After going through a winter in Colorado, it's good to see buds come out and color returning to the landscape.

    Is spring different here from other places you've lived? I grew up in California, where everything is always colorful and green, and you take it for granted. You appreciate green a lot more when you don't have it all the time.

    What will you do to take advantage of spring this year? Ride my bike more.

click to enlarge Ellen Sidar -  - Yarmouth, Maine -  - Homemaker -  - What's your favorite season? Summer. I love - boating -  - and swimming. -  - What do you like best about spring? Warmth - coming back to the land. -  - What's worst about spring? You can still get - very cold weather. -  - What are you going to do to take advantage of - spring this time around? Spend more time outside; - plant flowers. -  - How is spring here different from spring in Maine? -  They seem similar. It's warm, but the buds aren't - here yet.
  • Ellen Sidar

    Yarmouth, Maine

    Homemaker

    What's your favorite season? Summer. I love boating

    and swimming.

    What do you like best about spring? Warmth coming back to the land.

    What's worst about spring? You can still get very cold weather.

    What are you going to do to take advantage of spring this time around? Spend more time outside; plant flowers.

    How is spring here different from spring in Maine? They seem similar. It's warm, but the buds aren't here yet.

click to enlarge John Murtagh -  - Briargate -  - Engineer -  - Which season is best? Summer. I like the - beautiful, hot weather, the John Denver thing: "Sunshine - on my shoulders / Makes me happy." -  - What's best about spring? Getting the bike out - on the road, on the one hand; not having to do yard - work, on the other. -  - What's the worst thing about spring? That by - the end of it, you have to start doing yard work. -  - Is spring different here than other places you've - lived? It's not just spring. Every season is beautiful - in Colorado. I just came back from 10 weeks of working - in Maryland, and it was miserable. I've lived in a lot of - places, and this has them all beat, hands down.
  • John Murtagh

    Briargate

    Engineer

    Which season is best? Summer. I like the beautiful, hot weather, the John Denver thing: "Sunshine on my shoulders / Makes me happy."

    What's best about spring? Getting the bike out on the road, on the one hand; not having to do yard work, on the other.

    What's the worst thing about spring? That by the end of it, you have to start doing yard work.

    Is spring different here than other places you've lived? It's not just spring. Every season is beautiful in Colorado. I just came back from 10 weeks of working in Maryland, and it was miserable. I've lived in a lot of places, and this has them all beat, hands down.

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