The return of winter

The other day I posted about the return of spring to the Sabine Farm.  It seems winter is not done with us yet.

This is what I saw upon rising this morning.

The chickadees are still getting their fill, however.  There are more than ever now.  I think they must be SMSing their pals.


 

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5 Responses to The return of winter

  1. Jason in San Antonio says:

    The return of spring. Ha!

    It was 90 here in San Antonio yesterday. People were in their pools, swimming.

  2. elizabeth mckernan says:

    Have you seen the photos on Fr Ray’s site in Brighton (GB) taken last Sunday? He told us we might need tea trays to get down the hill! I know you get a lot more snow in the US but this was a lot for Brighton and it arrived so quickly.

  3. RichR says:

    You know those videos they used to make of fires in the fireplace that crackled and burned? People loved those because they were relaxing. Fr. Z. should do a video of the Farm and put it on DVD (or YouTube, but that’s for free ;-)

    Ah, nice to watch anyway.

  4. TNCath says:

    Wow! To a Southerner, that is truly an amazing sight. Our azaleas and dogwoods are blooming and the grass is turning green.