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Re: Harbinger

Enjoy your good fortune.  A few days of slightly above freezing,
like upper 30s in the afternoon, have reduced our ice layers, but
it's been very windy and really not at all nice.  The only harbingers
I can see are that the days are noticeably longer.  It's getting light
when I get up at 6:00 AM, and doesn't get dark until after 5:00 PM.
That's a big boost to my spirits.  The other thing I have noticed is
that the male goldfinches are beginning to have little patches of 
yellow plumage in their dull olive winter coats.  That's always a 
first sign here.
In a message dated 2/21/2009 9:15:22 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
bkelson@ix.netcom.com writes:

HI Jim,
It has been unseasonably warm in my part of COlorado. A co worker
said that her Red Maple was starting to flower. Also, folks are freaking out
because their maples are bleeding badly right now. Spring is on its way

9 degrees and another inch of snow overnight total 28.5"

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