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Friday, March 03, 2017


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Lisa at Greenbow

We haven't had any snow to mention this winter. It has been above normal temps all winter. No ugly piles of snow here. Luckily yours will be gone soon.

Linda Brazill

Glad we had the tiny bit of snow that fell this week as it went down to 12 degrees overnight last night. Now we are going to start going up again.


Oh my! Hopefully spring comes soon and reduces these mountains of snow to a memory. You must be itching to get out in the garden.

Loree / danger garden

I remember a year in Spokane, WA, when there was so much snow that everyone was running out of places to pile it. Trucks were taking it out of parking lots and dumping it outside of town. And yes, that lovely "dirty snow" look stayed around forever. And the cars were all the same color - a dull brown/grey.


At least you can get to park at the gym!
I'll be honest I am glad we have left those snows behind. Now if we get a dusting it is quite a novelty. I remember getting a snow in May when we lived in Montreal. That was pretty depressing. All the blossom was out.

Linda Brazill

i have experienced more than a dusting in April. Historically we have had it in May but I have never had that unhappy experience.

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