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14 March 2018

Early Spring Palette

Nature near Lake Champlain, the colors of (almost) spring are beautiful, even the muddy ground and snow melt puddles. Alas,  the heavy snowfall these two days doesn't dampen the joy of knowing the ending of winter is very near.

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  1. Quite pretty!

    Winter's not quite finished with us yet.

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  2. This seems to have been an extraordinarily long winter.

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  3. It's cold here, and we have the left over snow from the big storm-lots of snow. But the red wings sing a little, and I see robins. It's happening-and I'm thankful spring will indeed come here at last...

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  4. Hi William,
    Thank you. Like last summer's farewell tryi g to be summer, winter is trying to hang on to being winter.

    Hi Graham,
    Winter appears yo be going backwards instead of forward to spring.

    Hi Carol,
    I bought a new broom ice s oe removal stick. I'm ready for the next snowfall.

    Hi Debra,
    I look at snow as temporary. Spring will be spring!

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  5. As evedent....y phone typi g dkills jave not improved

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  6. Dear Maywyn - beautiful picture filled with hope. Winter is lingering here and temps are colder than usual this time of the year. The birds though are saying spring is on its way. Have a super day. Hugs!

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  7. Hi Debbie,
    Tha k you.
    It is very cold here as well. With the sun out, the chill is bearable.

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