It’s near the end of August and summer is slowly winding down here in Snowflake, Arizona. Locals are seizing every opportunity to enjoy the wonderful weather before winters chill moves over the mountain. Residents of the Phoenix valley are frequently breaking away from the grind, still, to come and visit family and friends here on the mountain, to get away from the insane heat and long days.
It’s just so beautiful here. These days the thermometer is reaching slightly over 90° at noon day, warm yes, but bearable. Especially when sitting on the front porch in the shade with a tall glass of lemonade. Kids absolutely love this time of year. They play in the sprinklers, tend to the family garden, and ride their bikes up and down the streets with their friends.
Mornings in August bring beautiful skies and cool breezes, perfect for early jogs hikes or bike rides. Cheerful early birds aren’t the only ones to enjoy the special moments, animals and wildlife are on the move during these wee hours too. The beauty and splendor brought by a magical morning here in Snowflake, Arizona sings in your heart and mind throughout the rest of your day.
And let’s not forget to mention the beautiful nights that are cooling down to a pleasant 60°. Looking up into the black skies the clear nights of a summer eve in Snowflake is filled with thousands upon thousands of twinkling stars. Far more stars than you’ll ever dream of seeing in the light flooded night down in Phoenix.
And let’s not forget the occasional rain. During a good year, summers in Snowflake are frequently visited with a drizzle or occasional down pour. Prairie grass comes alive with this moisture, adding a beautiful green wave to the rolling hills of Snowflake. And let’s not forget the sweeping rainbows that stretch from one side of town to the other, like the open arms of heaven embracing the cheerful and happy people of Snowflake, Arizona.
All year round snowflake Arizona is a wonderfully pleasant place to be, even in the summertime. Come and join us, we’ll save you a seat on the porch.