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Early Spring snow

Blizzard like conditions in March

Cutting and hauling firewood for next year had a nice warming effect on me today.

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We got quite the early Spring snow here, too. And we moved some wood around. Stay warm tonight!
Comment by Brandy Tue Mar 25 20:25:04 2014
Already for next year while this years cold continues?
Comment by jim Wed Mar 26 09:11:29 2014
Jim --- After tonight, it's supposed to warm back up to 50s/60s in the day and 30s at night, which drastically cuts back on the need for firewood. We've got just a hair left in the shed from last year, so hopefully that'll carry us through....
Comment by anna Wed Mar 26 12:42:15 2014

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