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Old 03-05-2005, 10:43 AM   #31
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Hmmm! Squirrel pot pie. Never heard of that one.
Yep, my mom used to make it just like a chicken pot pie. It's really good as long as you get all the shot out of the squirrels first! That was not fun!!


I'm getting ready to head outside to see what's comming up. I also need to find a place to relocate my strawberry plants. Hubby said they are in his way. :roll:
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Old 03-05-2005, 12:42 PM   #32
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Paul is about
to go out and mow the
grass for the time this season.

And we have a few flowers starting
to pop up.

LOVE IT! :D
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Old 03-05-2005, 07:00 PM   #33
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The days are getting longer, the snow and ice melts a bit during the day, but no sign of spring here just yet. Still have huge piles of snow in the yard here in Maine. Around April/May we get what is called "mud season" lol, lots of rain, and the snow melting, then around June we can get up to 80 degrees, its crazy, one extreme to the other.
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If it helps, "meteorological" winter ends today and spring starts tomorrow. There's about a three week difference between "astronomical" and "meteorological" seasons. It's supposed to get into the mid 50s here on Monday but get cold again on Tuesday so you can draw your own conclusions. :roll:
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damp that means 3 feet of snow on tuesday
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Middie, you're in an extremely unique position! I'm doing the No Snow Dance right now! :D
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I raked up 2 bags of leaves, today, leftover from Fall. The snow buried the leaves before I could get them raked. It was so nice to wear shortsleeves. DC, I will send some of our sunshine your way as long as you don't take it all. No snow or storms in sight here for at least the next week. :D
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Sierra,
Mid 70's here in the valley starting tomorrow..
The Boids are a chirping and the grass is a growing!
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Sierra, your delivery of sunshine got here this morning, thanks a ton!!! :D It is VERY spring-like today! We might get some T-storms tomorrow but that's okay cuz it'll still be warm! Spring is just around the corner!
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You are welcome, DC. My little talk with Mother Nature must have helped. It was 60 degrees here today. My mom and I took our dogs for a walk. It was great. I wore shortsleeves. :D
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