Thursday, February 21, 2019


Last week we had a few frosty mornings. Tiny icicles covered most everything at ground level until the sun came up and melted them. This week, in place of frost, we have fog. It's not cold enough for frost to form, but everything that was once covered in ice is now covered with little water droplets.

A frosted remnant of last summer.

On Wednesday, the fog burned off late in the morning and the sun warmed up the afternoon. The same thing will likely happen today. Soon it will be March and we will expect rain and sleet squalls, les giboulées de mars as they're called. As nice as the days are now, our mild winter may yet surprise us.


Pour your heart out! I'm listening.