This week’s spring thaw left a little ice cave, complete with icicle stalactites, in the bottom of the pile of snow and debris.
Here are a couple of ice photos I took at work this winter.
Speaking of bad weather, its been a stormy week so Johnson County has been blowing it’s tornado sirens with wild abandon.
Whatever kind of year 2013 turns out to be when it’s over, half-way through it’s been one of bad weather.
Weather forecasts for this area can be erratic, to the say the least, but this takes the cake.
It finally stopped raining and warmed up today so I was on my bike this morning.
In the midst of yesterday’s unpleasant downpour, I led my group of fourth graders into the blacksmith shop as part of their tour. There, just inside the entrance was a dying bird.
April 25 and still no leaves on the trees?
The Northeast has been getting the kind of winter weather that, when I lived there, I always expected to find in the Midwest.
There was still enough snow on the ground today that we could go cross-country skiing on the university’s course.
It’s snowing big-and-clumpies.
People I know from the East Coast are checking in a couple at a time.
This weekend’s rain and wind put a lot of leaves on the ground but the trees still have plenty of color.
Well, it finally rained yesterday. And how.
Last night’s rain seems to have resurrected some of the local insects.
Now that the weather has become tolerable for a while I rode my bike to work for the first time in a few weeks.
Here’s my daily post about this withering heat wave: it hit 108° F around three o’clock.
At 10:00 this evening it was still 90° F. The hell with that.
I could have gone for a tall, frosty glass of Pass-O-Guava today.
During my morning bicycle commutes I discovered I had a nemesis: an aggressively territorial red-winged blackbird.