Tag Archives: Snow

Out Like a Lion

Remember Groundhog Day? I said it confused me because in my experience “six more weeks of winter” and “an early spring” were pretty much the same thing. Well, here we are seven weeks later and counting, and yesterday we were … Continue reading

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Water

It was gorgeous today. The sun was shining in a clear blue sky, perfect for a walk to check out the melting snow. There is something about running water, especially from melting snow, that brings out the kid in me. … Continue reading

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Winter

I haven’t been traveling at all for a while now. My last trip was early December. It’s one of those “good news – bad news” stories best shared over a drink, so I won’t go into it here. I’m okay … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day

The basic idea behind Groundhog Day is that the groundhog’s shadow will determine if we have an early spring or six more weeks of winter. This has always confused me because where I live these are pretty much the same … Continue reading

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Almost Cherry Blossom Time

It has been almost two weeks since my last trip to Washington DC. I was able to get out and see some of the usual sights. I never tire of it. It was late March. The locals were saying it … Continue reading

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Identical Opposites

Snow. We have lots of it today. That often happens when it warms up, and this week is no exception. But it’s still cold enough for the snow to form drifts, and when it’s sunny, that creates some wonderful “sparkling” … Continue reading

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A Walk In The Park

Today may have involved a walk in the park, in the literal sense, but yesterday’s flight was neither a literal nor a metaphorical walk in the park. A simple 90 minute direct flight from Ottawa to Washington turned into a … Continue reading

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