Signs of spring in Santa Fe are becoming abundant as mid-April turns to early May. It’s easy to take notice of the many flowering fruit trees and shrubs around the city that add a pleasant luster of color. Days are warmer and getting longer, so spending more time outside is an attractive activity.
Santa Fe sits at the southern end of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, so when we think of spring, it’s natural to think of snowmelt and water runoff. Walking along the Santa Fe River through downtown, we can hear water flowing. It gives a rhythm to spring. The cascading water running through the numerous check dams along the river creates a special sound. It’s vibrant and lets us know there is a seasonal change in the air that is refreshing.
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