Spring in January?

 

It was eerily warm today.  Here are the beagles enjoying the sun.sunny beaglesThe roses are budding.  I saw bees today and heard frogs.  Here are the croci blooming.

crociI do not know what this means.  If it is going to turn ugly and cold, or whether we are going to have a mild winter and early spring.  Here’s our thermometer this afternoon.

thermometerSpooky!

 

 

 

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3 Responses to Spring in January?

  1. Juanita Robinson says:

    Hi, Donna
    We met last November at Wild Card Explore 4 Shetlands.
    I love reading about your farm. Will you be able to attend Deb’s Explore 4 in March? If not, will you be shearing then? Will you visit us with any fleeces?
    I love Lewis’ fiber. Hope your goats are recovering. I would love to visit you at your farm sometime!!!

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    • Donna says:

      Hi Juanita!!! I am not going to be attending Explore 4 this March. I will have to look at my schedule and see if I can bring fleeces though. You are always welcome to visit our farm. You could meet Lewis and tell him personally what you think of his will! (I am very glad to hear you are happy with it.)

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    • Donna says:

      Hi again Juanita! It looks like the Explore 4 workshop is March 15-20 so I will not have any fleeces available for sale as our shearing is on March 21. You and others are welcome to come to the farm on the 21st and pick out a fresh fleece when shearing is done. We start at 8:30 and I am guessing he will be done by 10:30. Let me know if you are interested and I can get directions for you.

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