It's always good to keep them guessing but this one is a little more unusual than many of my stories. It's a nice early spring afternoon here in Maine not exactly warm but not cold either nice enough that the neighbor kids are outside with no shoes on. I have hauled out the wood stove then I replaced last fall if you remember this story.
Lots of little snowstorms these days a few inches overnight and then cold lows some nights near 0. not really what you would think of as spring weather, but the days are getting longer, the sun definitely has more strength, and it won't be long until we change the clocks. Like always in troubled times the natural world proceeds like it always has. Soon enough spring will be here.
Winter is not all lugging firewood and shoveling snow. Over the last few days we've had a warm stretch today it was actually in the 40s. Argy and I took the day off and drove down to Acadia National Park. Not the part that you all think of; rather the Schoodic peninsula. This part of the park is not on Mount Desert Island it is on the mainland and much less visited.
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