It has been an unusual winter so far. Not really cold and certainly not a lot of snow with storms in a steady progression. Most of them have been windy warm and wet. As I write this on Wednesday morning the wind is blowing at a steady 30 miles per hour with gusts over 40 with pouring rain. The rain coming down sideways as you might imagine. I am at my desk although it is tempting to take a trip down to one of the exposed points on the nearby coast to watch the big seas roll in.
Argy and I travelled north to Quebec City over the holidays and had a great time. Hard to believe how close it is to us here in Maine and how very different. If you have not been there, I highly recommend a visit. The sun has begun its seasonal swing south so that we know the spring and summer are coming but until then I am hoping for enough cold to make safe ice conditions for a few ice fishing trips. Time will tell on that front.
I hope that you are staying warm and dry this winter and like me looking forward to getting back on he water in the spring.
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