Spring Arrives in Maine
Given the unseasonable beautiful weather we’ve been blessed with as of late, the first full day of spring was a rude beginning. A month since we had any measurable snowfall and today’s Snow Day No. 4 feels like a step backward in the march towards spring.
Just yesterday I wrote about ice out, enjoying the promising sun. Maybe I shouldn’t have felt so optimistic, because this is spring in Maine and it’s just the way we roll.
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