Spring Fever

OK. I’ve got Spring Fever. Got it big time. Temperatures in the high 50s sent the snow packing and the morning sun cut through the trees of the back yard this morning for a little while before fog set in.

The afternoon forecast calls for a chance of thunderstorms. Thunderstorms? Yep. That’s a sure sign of Spring.

The National Weather Service issued a flood watch through Saturday because of the combination of rain and rapidly-melting snow. That’s a small price to pay for relief from this winter of extremes.

With luck, I’ll find a way to get the Harley down the mud and ruts of out driveway and put on a few miles before the rain sets in.

Here’s hoping…

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2 Responses

  1. I hear ya Doug. I went to a local store up here in NOVA land and I heard peeper frogs near by. Its the light at the end of a snow covered tunnel.

  2. Spring is here in Solana Beach, California, for sure though temps have been running ten degrees cooler than normal for ten days. A Wren is nesting in a bird house on our patio. The Woodpeckers who drilled a nesting hole in the underside of a big branch on our Apricot tree last spring, have been checking out their former home. I do hope they return for good and raise another family.

    Love, your messages.
    Mary W. Bushnell

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