Thursday, March 27, 2008

Still not much going on

The first crocuses are peeking through. Willow trees are glowing yellow and alders are turning a faint green. That is about it

Charles Thurwood, Fort Plain farmer, said on this day in 1874, "Pleasant but little windy and in forenoon I split wood and in the afternoon I went to Ezra Dillenbecks sawing bee. Sawed with Till and in the night it snowed. 32 eggs"

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