Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

It is only 4C and there is a bitter 40 kilometre/hour north wind, but the good news is that the sun is shining brilliantly, the sky is totally blue and there is no St. Patrick’s Day storm! Yeah! Spring is coming!

Can you not imagine the daffodils hiding under the snow?

Can you not imagine the daffodils hiding under the snow?

We see shrubs!

We see shrubs!

Still some slow melting banks of snow

Still some slow melting banks of snow

The roads are bare and mostly dry!

The roads are bare and mostly dry!

The ant will soon be free!

The ant will soon be free!

The steps are clearing.

The steps are clearing. Soon there will be snowdrops!

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3 comments

  1. Thanks for the card and the greetings. I enjoyed seeing another of your brothers too. We are in Yorkshire having spent a great evening with two of Jim’s friends. We are in Elerby in the middle of nowhere.Tomorrow we are going to see the monument for James Cook,climb a hill near Little Ayton and go over the Yorkshire Moors. Love Kate and Jim

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