Tag Archives: snow

It’s Still Winter

Over in England, the Tramp in the Woods a.k.a. Colin is sharing pictures of wildflowers and the cutest little dog ever. I have to emphasize ‘little’ or Maddie might have a problem with me. Here in Connecticut, it – is … Continue reading

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Because Snow is Water and Time is Money

I don’t like long titles, but if I did, I would continue this one with “and we need access to firewood, and the snow at the fence can’t be so tall that the dog can walk into the neighbor’s yard … Continue reading

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Notes from a Snow Day

Remember when you were a kid and schools would be closed because of snow? Wasn’t that one of the best feelings ever? Snow days in the work-a-day world aren’t quite so much fun, but it’s still nice not to have … Continue reading

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Hit the Road Winter

Last week, my wife saw a Robin in our yard. I think it was part of the advance team that came up to check things out. I’m sure he sent a text message back to the rest of the flock … Continue reading

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What Could Possibly Go Wrong

Last Wednesday was the kind of day that drives me crazy, the kind where it snows all day. I like snow. I don’t mind clearing the snow from our driveway and making a few paths for the pup, but I … Continue reading

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We Wouldn’t Want Me to Get Over-Confident

Clearing today’s snowfall took a little longer than it should have, so I don’t think I’ll finish that Christmas post I’ve been working on. Then again, you might enjoy a little humor at my expense, so I’ll share the reason … Continue reading

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Ready for Winter

I’m not sure if that’s a statement of confidence, a rhetorical question or a reminder that I should have actually put together that checklist I keep talking about. You know, the one that includes: Clean gutters Make room for cars … Continue reading

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