Spring is thrilling.
We’ve been resting.
We’ve been waiting.
We’ve been watching for those first leaves that dare to start unfurling in a color so green it seems magical.
And then the show really starts with blooms of purples, yellows, whites, reds, pinks, oranges and all the shades in between. We have right at 100 miles of trails here and there’s no better time to be in the woods than when the ground is covered or dotted with color amidst the green. And speaking of green, that bluegrass that we are so well known for, it’s actually green. In the spring, however, the bluegrass does produce a bluish-purple bud that gives a rich blue cast to the grass when seen in large fields. So, there’s that.