On Sunday night or rather very early Monday morning, I woke to loud snow plows.
In my opinion, spring has sprung. The chickens are laying, canaries are singing their little hearts out, a few snowdrops are blooming, and there is...
I made a futile attempt for the six o’clock boat out of Woods Hole on Tuesday morning. The full moon was hovering over the golf course on the Woods...
I know it will not last but I’m enjoying looking out the window on Tuesday afternoon and seeing the first real snow of the winter.
Monday and Tuesday were proof positive of Vineyard living at its finest. Both days were sunny and warm bursting with the promise of spring.
I definitely would hate to live in the upper Midwest this week. It’s downright cold enough here on the Vineyard.
Brrr, I’m not a big fan of single digits. This winter has been fairly mild up to this point so last Monday morning’s two degrees was a rude awakening.
So far this winter has been great. When it rains it is in the forties. Then, on the really chilly days it has been very sunny.
It’s been interesting to predict this winter’s weather.
Here it is the first day of a brand new year. The day was simply beautiful, up into the 50s and sunny.
How fun it was to wake up Christmas Eve morning to a tiny dusting of snow. I’m not sure one would call it a white Christmas but it was pretty close.
Brr! It was so chilly on Tuesday that I stayed indoors all day and did nothing but load the woodstove. Nothing is quite as comfortable as a wood fire...