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Winter is early thuis year.....

Posted by honalee 3a (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 27, 12 at 11:28

The pics say it all! Winter is sure early this year! Anyone else catch the beautiful spring, summer, and fall we had? Lol!Good thing I haven't started any serious cleaning. :)

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Oh yeah! I'm still in Edmonton. :=/

Ginny


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RE: Winter is early thuis year.....

  • Posted by savona z2bBCCanada (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 27, 12 at 12:25

AAARRRGGHH..Spring is being so fickle...what a tease, one day warn and gentle and then she hits you with a load of this white stuff. Even though I feel for you I don't want any of it myself...Jean


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RE: Winter is early thuis year.....

Hahaha! It is almost gone now. I really would rather just get out and at er but alas, Mother Nature has other plans! :( At least we are still in April. We've been hit with this on the May long weekend some years!

Ginny


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RE: Winter is early thuis year.....

Come on now Ginny, you're gonna have everyone thinking that Edmonton is some type of cold place to live or something, lol.


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RE: Winter is early thuis year.....

  • Posted by savona z2bBCCanada (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 27, 12 at 23:32

The first hummingbird showed up here yesterday, I don't think they want to see everything covered in white either.


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RE: Winter is early thuis year.....

LMAO! I thought everyone already knew that, Terry. :) I mean, don't YOU live in an igloo?

I'm still feeding the birds! I noticed my tracks out in the snow to the feeders after the chores were done and before I took the pictures. My bunnies are even still coming for oats so I bought another bag........

I guess we are in for another rainy spring and summer. Slugs and aphids and other obnoxious critters......like skeeters! Not to mention the mud in my house from 20 dirty paws! :) And possibly puppy paws this summer. Oh, such fun!

Ginny


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