Pitt Meadows resident Amy Wiegand takes daily walks between Harris Road and 203rd Street, and captures many pictures of nature. During a recent staycation, she documented the arrival of spring and a variety of trees and flowers blossoming in the region. (Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows resident Amy Wiegand takes daily walks between Harris Road and 203rd Street, and captures many pictures of nature. During a recent staycation, she documented the arrival of spring and a variety of trees and flowers blossoming in the region. (Special to The News)

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Pitt Meadows resident Amy Wiegand takes daily walks between Harris Road and 203rd Street, and captures many pictures of nature. During a recent staycation, she documented the arrival of spring and a variety of trees and flowers blossoming in the region. (Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows resident Amy Wiegand takes daily walks between Harris Road and 203rd Street, and captures many pictures of nature. During a recent staycation, she documented the arrival of spring and a variety of trees and flowers blossoming in the region. (Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows resident Amy Wiegand takes daily walks between Harris Road and 203rd Street, and captures many pictures of nature. During a recent staycation, she documented the arrival of spring and a variety of trees and flowers blossoming in the region. (Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows resident Amy Wiegand takes daily walks between Harris Road and 203rd Street, and captures many pictures of nature. During a recent staycation, she documented the arrival of spring and a variety of trees and flowers blossoming in the region. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Randy Phillips took a shot of the berries while out walking with his wife recently through the Bonson Landing area. “Love the Fraser River and the great part it has played in the history of our region and province,” Phillips shared. “Feels like summer’s already here.” (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Randy Phillips took a shot of the berries while out walking with his wife recently through the Bonson Landing area. “Love the Fraser River and the great part it has played in the history of our region and province,” Phillips shared. “Feels like summer’s already here.” (Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows is looking extra lovely in the spring, according to area resident Tammy Clark. (Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows is looking extra lovely in the spring, according to area resident Tammy Clark. (Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows is looking extra lovely in the spring, according to area resident Tammy Clark. (Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows is looking extra lovely in the spring, according to area resident Tammy Clark. (Special to The News)

Susan Shaver shares a picture of Nikki and Aleister Moody of Maple Ridge in front of the family’s magnolia tree. (Special to The News)

Susan Shaver shares a picture of Nikki and Aleister Moody of Maple Ridge in front of the family’s magnolia tree. (Special to The News)