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Yesterday afternoon, I mowed the back and side yard. The grass and weeds (mostly weeds) were better than shoe mouth deep. Needed some attention. This morning, I saw the first robins out in the yard, and the wild apple tree in the edge of the woods was blooming out. Not in full bloom though. When it dries a little I am going to try to set out my onions. I am having cabin fever really bad.
Not even close up here....7 to 8 inches of the white stuff!!!! Rain the next two day a the ground is frozen solid...Gonna be a mess up here in OhiO!!!! Kevin ps did see a House Wren checking on the bird house...so I'm hoping that the worst is over!!!!
47 CUB[Krusty] 49 CUB[Ollie] 50 H-- PLOWS DISCS MOWERS AND lots more stuff!!Life is to short -Have fun now cause ya ain't gonna be here long!!!!
I have been watching the plight of you folks in the northern tier of states and on up in New England. And across the sunny southland. We had 3 snows in a month. Really rare for us. Only had 3.5", 1.5 " and just a dusting, enough to stick to ourside tables, cars, etc. And rain. I am fed up with winter. Now when your snow starts melting, downstream troubles will start.
Finally a day without cold and snow! It hit 45 degrees here today, and lots of snow melted.
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About the same here, but like Kevin, we still have several inches on the ground. But started seeing robins about two or three weeks ago. They were digging out frozen crab apples from the snow that the deer dropped. The deer have that tree picked pretty clean.
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