WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
Just like the song " If you go down to the woods today" going outside might be the same, snow everywhere, but no surprises there.
eeeks..more snow. We may be breaking records here or... well, let's just say it was one of the snowiest Februaries in forever. Everywhere is piles ...huge piles of snow. Some towns have cleared their streets and dumped the extra snow next to the Kickapoo River which will flood again come spring...so it goes.Stay warm!
Dear Lori, like you, we are getting more snow here in western Missouri also. Prediction: 3 to 6 inches starting Saturday late evening and going into Sunday morning. It's snowing more that usual here, which is, I suspect a sign of climate change. But what really says that things are changing is the wind chill. Today it was 4 degrees F. above 0, which is unheard of in this part of the mid-west. Coming from Minnesota, I'm a firm believer in wearing caps and gloves. Here, most people are having to learn the advantage of that! Those coats on the dogs and horses are so necessary in this kind of weather. Take care. Peace.
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