…have been mothballed again. 42 degree weather was a fluke. Just look at the snow we got 2 days ago
As usual, don’t forget to click on the pictures once or twice to see all the details!
A lonely bench waiting for the first warm butt 🙂
The streets of Frankfort on March 8th, 2011 –
Main Street heading away from the beach
So much snow in one day, when we were all thinking of planting bulbs…
There you have it.
I think I heard the weatherman say that there’s more snow coming today, blah.
It was 42 degrees this afternoon at 4 o’clock and the sun was shining bright.
Susan Filipiak requested photos of The Lake. I thought you might want to see what Betsie Bay looks like in late winter.
Tomorrow I will drive down to the Frankfort beach, I promise 🙂
Click on each picture to zoom in a little more.
Standing at the Betsie Valley Trail Head, looking toward the Cabbage Shed in Elberta
Same spot as above looking toward the East.
So many seagulls sitting on the ice flows. My new camera doesn’t zoom as nicely as my others. This is as good as it gets…
There is now a whole lot more grass showing than snow. Great. It isn’t pretty yet, however, we can imagine how beautiful it will all be in just a few weeks. For the first time in a long time I am looking forward to that.
I can tell you now why that is – Mike resigned from the bank last week, which means that he is the “full time help” I talked about in my last post.
See, the sun was shining, melting the ice on top of the snow.