To snow or not to snow.

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Mother Nature can’t make up her mind and we woke up to a late winter wonderland again.

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The weather report predicted a dusting, we got 8 inches.

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The rhododendrons had horns.

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The bird feeders, hats.

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Even the kissing ball Mainers leave out until April had some white frosting. Clearly spring is a long way off..

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24 thoughts on “To snow or not to snow.”

      1. That’s me, first nice day after New Year’s Day. Over the years (25 of them) we have set up the place with assorted hooks to make it easier to hang and remove lights, but I still have no intention of going out in the cold gray mess.

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  1. And up here nearing the Arctic Circle (relatively speaking) we are seeing the sun and cloudless skies for the fist time since xmas. Go figure. But the snow along our driveway stands four feet high, and that is heavily compressed!

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  2. Although I don’t like to shovel the stuff, I like snow not only because it’s purty, but because I can see tracks of our various animal visitors and try to guess which animal left the tracks. It’s also a good excuse not to shovel the driveway and sidewalk, as some of our visitors don’t stick to the yard (unlike the snow, which sticks everywhere it falls and can’t get up).

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  3. Funny, we woke up to nothing even though they were predicting 1-2″. Then it started snowing…and snowing…and snowing. Still snowing. We’re up to at least 4-5″ now. Gotta love a busted forecast, huh?

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  4. The birds look unimpressed, and I can’t blame them. I notice that activity around bird feeders always picks up when the weather gets cold. I hope y’all manage to dig your way out by June.

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  5. I woke up to 8 inches of wet, heavy snow this morning after the useless meteorologists predicted 1 inch. And of course, the husband left for a week in Arizona yesterday. Just my luck – solo shoveling and roof-raking.( And pet parenting, of course.)

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