|Bee In Common Burdock|
After many complaints from me about the lack of snow we had a blizzard sweep in this week from Ohio. So be careful what you wish for. The photos show how the sky changed over a very short period. The temperatures with wind chill were about -22 C degrees and about 15-20 cm. of snow fell, but the real clincher was the drifting snow. We dug out continually, and finally managed to make it to the woods today.
The last photo is just a summer reminder. Remember Dec. 21st is equinox-equal day and equal night. But by the next day, the day is longer and the progression begins towards noticeably longer days. How's that for being an optimist? Boom & Gary of The Vermilon River.
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