This week will be our warmest since last fall. The warmer weather alone is a good sign. Not to mention the sap is running and the Maple Syrup producers are in full swing. Very few use the classic buckets that we all think of any more but the end product is still the same sweet stuff. Just right for a morning stack of pancakes or waffles.
This morning you can hear March roaring through the trees. Wind in the west at a steady 30 mph and gusts to 50. Temperature 7 degrees Fahrenheit mid-morning up from an early morning low of 3. On the upside the sky is perfectly clear after the wind blew out the early morning clouds and flurries.
The temperature was 39 degrees Fahrenheit this morning when I got out of bed at 5AM. Warmer than most afternoons in February. Clearly, we are headed toward the next season with longer days and warm sunrises. I am spending a lot of my time as the Executive Director of the Maine Professional Guides Association online at legislative hearings and worksessions.
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