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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Spring Signs

 We returned from a nice visit to family in Buffalo.  We got there last Thursday and the temperatures were in the 80s.  We were not dressed for such weather.  Spring had definitely arrived there.


Upon our return noticed these signs of spring here.

Now of course come Thursday evening this could all be covered with snow!  We have a winter storm watch in our forecast!

Thanks for all your comments on the wooden snow shovel.  Still haven't decided what to do with it,  Dan wants to give it away.  He asked today if I wanted to put it on the side of the road as we set out the parts to a cedar Adirondack chair. They'd been left in the barn (of course) but after closer examination this afternoon we realized it's a woodworking project that was never completed and looks like parts are missing or have not been cut out.  We'll see how long before it disappears as other items have.

7 comments:

Tom said...

...if I lived closer I;d stop and pick. up the snow scoop.

Anvilcloud said...

Spring bulbs are up here too all of a sudden.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

If it gets into the eighties I'd say that summer had arrived - never mind spring. It's always amazing how things can change in the garden when you're away for a few days - and not always for the better!

Cynthia said...

Isn’t it fun to see what is coming up in your new yard this spring?!! We enjoyed so many surprises the first year we were here. I hope the snow misses you and your spring flowers.

Bonnie K said...

I missed your snow shovel post. Very cool. You daffodils are pretty. We are also getting snow.

Fun60 said...

Spring has arrived in your garden. I imagine it must be exciting for you not knowing what flowers you have yet to bloom in your new garden.

Kay said...

I love seeing spring flowers burst into bloom. It's one thing I've missed in Hawaii.