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Travelling, Travelling…

Off to the Great White North, hopefully to spot a snowy owl (or at least not get snowed in.) It’s a whirlwind business/birding trip, so I’m getting minimal socializing in, but we’ll almost certainly be back later this year, and hopefully can do more hanging out.

In the meantime, I am now Ready For Spring. I was mulching in Hello Kitty pajamas yesterday. (Yes, that will be the title of my memoir.) My brain would like to get into Serious Gardening Mode now. I am being forced to read gardening books to stay sane. They aren’t helping.

Spring, damn you!

Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.



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snowy owls are awesome, but they're hard to see due to looking like piles of snow. I remember the one trip I took to see them, passing my binoculars across the landscape thinking "pile of snow, little tree, some dirt, pile of snow, owl, some rocks... wait a second..."

If you're patient enough, you can easily distinguish between an owl and a pile of snow.

Piles of snow may sometimes have eyes, but they never fly.

-- Graydon

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