Prince Snow Farm

2.23.2014

52

Nope, not my age.



52 degrees today.




A whole lot of melting...



…and sprouting….




…and chirping.


There are tiny signs of life….


…miniature masterpieces that only nature could concoct….


….a mound of daffodils here...
 ….an iris tuber there….


….even the neighborhood was livening up today!



There will be LOTS to clean and rake….



….but that will be later…probably in a few weeks….2 more snowstorms headed our way this week….



but shhhhh…don't tell the lilacs….


…they have budded up so prettily….I cannot wait!

12 comments:

  1. Isn't it glorious? I saw geese and ducks flying north and the birds around here are chirping up a storm. Even the frogs have started peeping. I could just chirp and peep and honk along with them. Spring is coming!!!!!!!!!

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  2. I will live vicariously through your experience my friend! 52? WOW! Not here...not until two weeks are we due for weather above 32!

    I will NOT tell the lilacs!

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  3. We were a little above that temp today and it was joyous! Back to a cold snap this week. Looking forward to spring, as I am sure you are too!

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  4. Beautifully illustrated narrative ... and oh, so full of truths. My buds are there, I know they are, but can't be seen yet for the 18 inches of snow covering everything. It's still too cold here to see new life in the neighborhood, but early in the morning the cardinals are singing ... so I know it's true. Spring is close and if we can survive the thaw without too much flooding, we have much to look forward to. Thank you for the pleasent thoughts and pictures ...

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  5. I'm so glad you got a little taste of spring! We definitely have it here. :)

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  6. I think this upcoming week, which will be cold, is a last attempt by winter to hang on. The buds are out and spring is coming though. Winter is just going to have to move aside.

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  7. A treat for me to see grass in any form...Great pictures of the beginning of spring.
    Balisha

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  8. I cannot believe you have almost no snow left and there are green things, actual green things poking their little heads up out of the ground to check out the situation! We are still buried under mounds and mounds of snow! *sigh* It's actually snowing right now... it is growing a smidge tiresome I must admit. I used to love winter but this morning I woke up and looked out across the snow covered meadow and thought, I wasn't dreaming... it's still winter! *sigh* Oh well, soon we all will be complaining of the heat and humidity so I'm just going to put my big girl panties on and deal with it! :D lol!
    Hugs my sweet blogging sister,
    Beth P

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  9. Sigh...wishing I could see you and your family and home in person. Maybe one day...my husband is from Massachusetts. In a couple of years, we may be coming back east. Money permitting. xoxoxo Jen

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  10. Such a beautiful weekend!!! We spent Sunday pruning the crape myrtles. And I noticed our daffodils are starting to pop up. Yay!! Won't be long now.
    Cheers,
    L

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  11. These photos made me hopeful that may e spring will come after all. ;-)
    Love,
    Christy

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  12. I can't even remember what bare ground looks like. We're still quite snowbound in Maine. Lovely photo of your daughter.

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