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We are certainly having an early spring here with the warm weather, lack of snow, and rising pollen, but we noticed another sign yesterday.
Chief of Security Kiska was monitoring the movements of Queen Natasha the Evil patrolling Sibe Quentin when Kiska noticed a new threat growing rapidly. Can you spot it?
Yes, the rapidly growing threat was the grass – reaching up high on the Queen’s legs. We never have to worry about mowing in March (and often not until May), but it looks like Hu-Dad is going to have to crank up the tractor soon and get some mowing done.
We are still seeing frost on the ground most, but not all, mornings. We had some snow just last week (while we were at the beach) and April snows are quite common, but we are settling into the fact that an early spring seems to have sprung on us. Hu-Dad, though, is still resisting mowing.
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