November arrived in a most rude fashion. Our little patch of woods escaped the worst of this first wintry Nor’easter with a few inches of icy, snowy, slushy mess. Just a few miles inland from the coast they’re shoveling out from a foot or more of heavy snow. This little preview to winter is enough to motivate me to tackle my outdoors unfinished business list!
November’s Rude Arrival
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