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Monthly Archives: March 2021
We’ve had 2.6 inches since midnight, according to the weather station at Merciers. The creeks I can see from the porch are high but not flooding. I think they will, if we get anything like the forecast rain. If they … Continue reading
The sarvis is having a very good year, as is the redbud. The dogwoods are starting with their green flowers, but will be another two or three weeks. We’ve seen the bat, and the first skink. Many Tiger Swallowtails, the … Continue reading
The oldest of our four sarvis trees bloomed yesterday. It was a red letter day, because that tree was damaged years ago, and this time it bloomed in much more profusion than it ever has before. I also saw the … Continue reading
The redbuds in our yard are starting to come, and the sarvis is just showing some white at the bud. In terms of butterflies, I’ve seen two hairslips. The grass is greening up, and those awful Bradford Pear trees have … Continue reading
From the Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/mar/05/upper-skagit-tribe-gorge-dam-seattle
We had our second shots of Moderna at the Fannin Health Departments field headquarters at the Kiwanis Fairgrounds yesterday. Like everyone else, we signed up with anyone we could think of, and in the past few days have had calls … Continue reading