This has been an odd winter. We had 70F to 60F temperatures through Thanksgiving and Christmas. The almanack had predicted several major snow storms by then. Just a regular roll of rain storms every few days. Then January hit us with nearly three feet of snow in 36 hours. Then February brought ice storms. Then March had us back up into the 70F to 80F (hey, that’s MARCH). Yesterday, we hauled out the tomato cages, soaker hoses, and pained pathways for the garden. This morning, an inch of snow covers the mountains. Long-Johns or T-Shirts? Guess, I’ll vacuum the floors and catch up on ironing, next to the wood stove, for now.
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