It's more like a fine March day, isn't it? Even here in northern Michigan, we've only had ONE little 4 inch snow. It's supposed to be in the 40's this weekend. I am so disappointed. I just hope it doesn't mean snow in June.Have a great weekend, and I guess--enjoy that fine weather!
I'm jealous about the snow!It's been warm enough that I almost expected to see your air conditioner running as you moved out into the back yard!
Enjoy it:) I have a feeling Jack Frost will be visiting soon:)
It sure didn't start warm here in North Florida!!
Eastern Nebraska has a record breaking day with 68 degrees. I am enjoying this weather but it just isn't natural for this area of the country. My greatest fear is the battle with the bugs next gardening season. If we don't get the freezing cold long term weather then anyone with alergies will indeed suffer more during the summer months. In the mean time I'm just going to enjoy the weather.Have a great day thinking about gardening.
Western New York is looking at record low snowfall for December. It's 45 degrees here now and we've lost the tiny bit of snow we had. I'm worried the plants that need the "snow mulch" will be damaged. What a year! It's kinda disconcerting, actually. No puffy snow winter landscape pictures around here!
It seems so many are having a mild winter. I love the days when we can open a window slightly and enjoy the sounds of the birds and wind chimes.Have a great week.
It is the warmest start of January I can remember. My birthday is the 7th and it is usually a freezing cold day, but here it was 72 degrees. Wonderful. I just found your blog and I'm enjoying reading it.
Happy New Year to you too! This weather has been totally unreal but nice too. I'm surprised at how much snow you have already but it sure is great for the moisture for sure. Here's to a great gardening year for you!
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