A Different Sort of Spring

About Tandi

I love my morning coffee, reading, the wilderness, paddling, poetry, my Spanish husband, and being a doctor. I also love writing my blog, and reading yours.
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6 Responses to A Different Sort of Spring

  1. dearrosie says:

    Thank you Tandi I enjoyed the tour. Is that spring when there’s still so much snow and your cars are still parked on the lake.

    • Tandi says:

      Hi Rosie. Yes, I’ve been wondering the same thing! The only thing spring like about it is the cloud patterns. They look like the ones I saw in the summer. Small mercies I guess.

  2. Penny says:

    We love your blogs Tandi. Love to you both and congrats to the GRADUATE!!!

  3. Linda Kalbun says:

    Hey you two,
    The learning curve just keeps on going!
    L

  4. shoreacres says:

    I was especially interested in the anchor, and the technique for getting it into the lake. I think Martin said 1300 pounds? or 1600? In either case, it’s substantial. I suspect that the anchor-plunge is a pretty good harbinger of spring, too. When it begins to make cracking noises, and then plunges through the ice, it’s an indication that people ought to start staying off, too!

    It looks like you may have had a good bit of melting – the snow looks like it’s getting “compacted” a bit. Spring snow always was wonderful for snowballs.

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