Spring is almost here…

Fly 'n Things

cb1Lately, we have been having ups and downs in weather. First cold. Then warm. Then sleet and maybe snow. I shoveled a total of two times this winter and getting ready to shovel tomorrow. Considering my initiation to east coast winter 5 years ago, when I had to shovel a foot of snow not once, not twice, but three times, and learn new words such as Snowmageddon, I say this winter has been mild so far. Two times, two 5inches of snow: is not bad! The cold, below freezing temperatures are another thing with worries of frozen pipes and more. Still this winter hasn’t been bad so far.

The official forecast for peak Cherry Blossoms was announced yesterday: April 11-14 2015. The week kicked off March: the official launch of the meteorological spring. Come March 8th, we spring forward.

cb4I am starving for long days and an end to this…

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5 thoughts on “Spring is almost here…

  1. Jeff Wills March 6, 2021 / 2:52 pm

    Moved out of the D.C. area last May, after 29 years living there and working on Capitol Hill. I will miss going down to the Tidal Basin and seeing the Cherry Blossoms every spring. I would take my sons out of school for the day when they were young to go see them. The blossoms are so beautiful and the history of their meaning in Japanese culture really adds to the experience.

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    • flynthings March 6, 2021 / 2:59 pm

      The cherry blossoms especially around the Tidal basin feels magical. That time of the year is always nice. Although crowds can be crazy and packed. Aren’t you now in Virginia Beach? If you take up flying again, should be an easy trip 😊

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      • Jeff Wills March 6, 2021 / 5:15 pm

        Ha! Yes, I did move back to the Va. Beach area. True. If I do take up flying again, and I should, I can make a quick run up to D.C. for the blooms! 🙂

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  2. Jyothi March 6, 2021 / 3:42 pm

    Looks beautiful!!


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