Snowbanks are Shrinking

Today is warm (by February in Maine standards) and sunny. The wind is blowing out of the southwest our summer direction and the forecast is calling for warmer still in the next few days. We have had snow on the ground since early December and at least in our yard it is getting hard to find places to pile it. So with luck our snowbanks will be shrinking this week.

Asking About Possibilities

I saw a flock of robins today on my way down the hill and noticed that the Saint George has carved a warmer water path into Round Pond. Mot importantly the afternoon is now noticeably longer and fades into a pink early evening pastel on the hillside across the way. All signs that spring is coming and before you know it I’ll be back on the water guiding every day.


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