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Signs of spring!

The first snowdrops bloomed today!  Right through the pile of gravel
and trash the plow had pushed up.  They are at the foot of a large 
southeast-facing rock outcropping, and have the dark driveway to
warm the soil, so it is a warm microclimate - but great to see them
blooming with snow piled all around.  
The goldfinches are beginning to have little touches of yellow, too.
I think they are so cute when they begin to show their spring colors.
Days are getting longer - so maybe, just maybe, spring will be 
here one day.

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