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    No spring here. But only a few inches, not meters like you've got, thank goodness.

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    It actually got up to 40 for a few minutes yesterday - amazing.

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    This is what passes for snow here:


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    It snowed a lot over the weekend here, some of the worst snow I've ever seen. Which sucks because I was off work last week so I barely left the house for 3 days

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    That's crazy snow. No spring here in in central MN. I actually went sledding with the kids yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chefdog View Post
    No spring here. But only a few inches, not meters like you've got, thank goodness.
    ha, I was just going to post a similar picture myself. Woke up at 6 to see this. Until I saw the pics Pierre posted, I was a little disappointed. Now, not so much. Plus, local schools closed so I am relieved of my mentor responsibilities w/ the kids which gives me a full day of NOTHING to do

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    First crocuses started Feb. 1. They're about finished, and the daffodils and hyacinths are going strong, with tulips on the way. Witch hazels have been blooming, and the cherry trees are about to start. Dogwoods are a way off yet. We had a warm day when the crocuses were in full bloom--went outside and it was like sticking your nose in a jar of saffron. Still having the occasional freeze overnight, but spring is well under way.

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    Turns out this was the best snow we've had all winter. Just got back from some family sledding time.

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    Watch out where the huskies go, and don't you eat that yellow snow.


    BTW, beautiful crop of cotton, Rick.
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