It must be true

It must be spring.  Right on time, yesterday, I saw my first robin.  Really it was a small flock.  I don’t know what they’re eating, though I have noticed there are some bugs around – I’ve seen some in the sap buckets.  Our ground is still mostly covered with snow though there are some bare patches here and there, especially as you get off our hill and closer to town.

I’ve noticed spring in the air too.  It’s in that warm earthy smell as the ground reawakens.  I hasn’t been a particularly hard winter, at least as far as Vermont goes.  But I think I’m ready.

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