Despite a cold northeast wind, I think it was the first time this year Pheebs and I were able to get a full walk in at our country road walking spot. Following that we circled around a few country roads and stopped in at Richard's place to drop a few things off on our way home.
| CROCUS FLOWERS|
| SO GREAT TO BE OUT ON OUR WALKING ROAD AGAIN|
| CANADA GEESE IN A CORNFIELD|
| AREA FIELDS ARE FINALLY FREE OF SNOW|
| THE THREE AMIGO BUNS|
Home again I chopped away at some more driveway ice and began the Spring clean-up in our carport. Periods of sunshine helped warm up the cold air. And by golly, our crocus flowers are blooming. And the chipmunks are out racing around again too. And Little Red is out and about in full force as well. Oh tis quite a rejuvenating time of year it tis. And it's about to get even more rejuvenating real soon when we finally begin to get some warmth in the air:))
| SO NICE TO SEE BLUE SKIES THROUGH THE TALL PINE TREES|
It was one year ago this afternoon that Kelly was rushed by ambulance to the Goderich Hospital and then transferred to London's University Hospital. It was the first of two ambulance trips for her in 2022. By Ambulance To The Hospital
| MORE CROCUS FLOWERS ON THE WAY|
Al's Music Box:)) The Year Of The Cat by Al Stewart from the album 'Year Of The Cat'. 1976
| YEP, SPRING IS SPROUTING ALRIGHT|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( You know that tingly little feeling you get when you like someone? That's common sense leaving your body.
- I just got a job running Old McDonald's farm. I'm the new CEIEIO.
- What do you call a sandwich box swinging from a bell rope?
The lunchpack of Notre Dame
All these little signs of spring can't be wrong. Can they? Can they? I hope not...Here's to a good spring for you both!ReplyDelete
Spring is busting out all over:))Delete
Hey AL, was counting on you for Aurora pictures!!!! If anyone could capture them, you could;)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the vote of confidence but too many trees here to see the sky:((Delete
How do you guys get those green shoots and flower blooms?ReplyDelete
On the sunny side of the house close to the foundation where it's warmest.Delete