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A “somewhat” Wordless Wednesday!

16 Feb A “somewhat” Wordless Wednesday!

A small warming trend here in Southern New England through the weekend, and it is very welcome! We’ve been lucky so far, no water in the house from ice dams, and the hoop house is still standing strong despite record snows. Some of our neighbors have not fared so well. So before we hit “Mud” Season, please enjoy a few pictures from around the yard while everything is still a pretty and white!

We certainly have had our fair share this winter!

Held up pretty well so far!

A few more windy days and the whole White Pine will be on the ground!

Black Capped Chickadee

Just another day for a Blue Spruce!

Can't wait to unpack and start potting!

BUDS!

Ugh! I guess we're closer to mud season than I thought!

 

 

 

 

12 Comments
  • Kathy Hokunson
    Posted at 14:09h, 16 February Reply

    Can’t wait for you to unpack those pots and start filling them up! Ready for warm summer . . .

    • Scott
      Posted at 17:29h, 16 February Reply

      It won’t be long now!

  • anniesannuals
    Posted at 14:45h, 16 February Reply

    you wordless wednesday rebel! it looks DANG cold for a warming trend but nice to see blue skies, birdies and buds on the trees. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Scott
      Posted at 17:31h, 16 February Reply

      It is cold, in fact it’s usually a roller coaster temperature ride this time of year. It’s not as fun as it sounds though! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Cindy Juliano
    Posted at 14:58h, 16 February Reply

    Hi Scott, Love your “white” photos! the mud season is upon us, too, but I bet we get some more of the white stuff!

    • Scott
      Posted at 17:32h, 16 February Reply

      I bet your right Cindy! Here’s hoping it’s a short mud season though. Thanks!

  • Robert Webber
    Posted at 15:16h, 16 February Reply

    Yes, u guys do do snow properly.
    Over here we get spooked with more than 1cm!
    Charmed by a bird challed the Chickadee – I thought that was just something Mae West said!
    Best Wishes
    Robert

    • Scott
      Posted at 17:35h, 16 February Reply

      Thanks Robert! With each snow comes the long lines for supplies, so not sure we handle it that much better.

      Always thought they should have named it ‘My Little Chickadee’, but then I’d have to go up and see it sometime! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Karibaskets
    Posted at 20:09h, 16 February Reply

    I’m getting REALLY impatient about not seeing or standing on … DIRT. (You can remind me of this statement come May, but now, I’d love to see a new shoot or hellebore bud!)

    • Scott
      Posted at 22:28h, 16 February Reply

      Dirt would be nice Kari, but that won’t come til after the mud! Ah… Hellebores!

  • Nikki, In Stitches
    Posted at 09:46h, 17 February Reply

    Mud season….How does such a beautiful thing like snow, turn into something so “yuck”?? It’s so sad.

    • Scott
      Posted at 11:41h, 17 February Reply

      The downside to winter’s beauty. It will eventually turn back to just soil though, and then the fun begins!

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