The Calm Before Winter
This day after Christmas, the temps soared close to 50 degrees outside – so beautiful that I felt guilty sitting inside reading. With the weather man predicting snow twice this coming week, it seemed imperative that I get outside and tackle some chores.
While I puttered in the garden and greenhouse finishing chores that should have been done weeks ago, it seems as if everyone at Downeast Thunder Farm enjoyed this last calm before winter.
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