Spring has come quite early this year. Sure, we had flowers poking their heads out in the first week of February last year, but this year, there was no cold snap with ice storms after.
This year, we had a mild February lure out the early flowers, and then a downright warm-to-hot beginning to March. In the last four days (as I write this), the trees have gone from barren winter skeletons to vibrantly decorated specimens covered in blooms, buds, and the bright green of early leaves. Continue Reading