Outside The Nuthatch, our first blossom of spring opened this morning — just in time for an afternoon snowfall that dusted Center Island. The temperature dropped from 40 degrees F. at noon to 33 by 3 p.m. Good grief. (Note to self: Never trust a groundhog.)
Spring is coming — if it ever stops snowing
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A former travel and outdoors editor at The Seattle Times, I'm now exploring Washington's San Juan Islands on my classic runabout and trying not to smash my fingers with the hammer while I fix up my island cabin. View all posts by Brian J. Cantwell
4 thoughts on “Spring is coming — if it ever stops snowing”
I always thought Phil was a little thin on the forecasting ability ! On a brighter note I managed to pass my flight physical once again .Ive a goal to visit you folks by plane .if not this summer then 2020 for sure ,it’s good to have goals 😉Stay warm my friends !
Hopefully you’ve seen the meme traveling through social media of a groundhog standing at a microphone on his hind legs singing, “I ain’t nothin’ but a groundhog, lying all the time. . .”
Today was under 60 degrees F as a high. It is the last day projected for that in the next ten days in Jerusalem. I believe, we have just shifted high gear into Spring, with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. My view of heaven.
Go ahead, rub it in. (Glad you’re getting a nice spring, really. I guess…;-)