Thursday, March 31, 2016


We are not in the clear yet.  There was snow and freezing rain last week.  I am not sure how many people lost power, but it was not as bad as the Christmas storm that nobody expected, and was probably worse than the January Apocalypse everyone predicted.

After a tree broke and fell on the stove I was just waiting for yet another obnoxious problem, but so far so good.  There is nothing like waking up early looking at the trees covered in ice, and hearing them creak and groan, and then seeing all the ice break and crash off in the afternoon sun.

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