Saturday, January 07, 2006

Don't hate me ...



Because I live in a temperate climate. That's a crocus and the tip of a tulip coming up in my front yard. In January. If this is one of the Dire Consequences of global warming, I'm all for it.

To all my friends in Solid Water Country, there is only one thing I can say ....

NEENER!

7 Comments:

Blogger John of Argghhh! said...

It's 60 degrees at Castle Argghhh! this day - I wanna plow some snow!

5:32 PM, January 07, 2006  
Blogger Barb said...

It was 57 at my house yesterday morning - and sunny! That lasted for an hour, then it rained for the rest of the day .. more like it ;-)

10:27 AM, January 08, 2006  
Blogger Sgt. B. said...

comment deleted by commenter... But if it were here, it would sound like a raspberry...

9:20 PM, January 08, 2006  
Anonymous BillT said...

And by the time your weather pattern gets here, the Midwest has enjoyed all the warmth out of it.

How 'bout I send y'all some nice ice-fog to take the hard edge off all that sunshine?

10:44 AM, January 09, 2006  
Blogger AFSister said...

ptthtthhhhhthththhhh!

(which vaguely sounds like B's raspberry)

6:48 PM, January 09, 2006  
Blogger Barb said...

A little less of the runny wet stuff would be nice about now! The Issaquah-Hobart road closure is about half a mile beyond (thankfully) where I turn off of it.

Road service pics here

4:49 PM, January 12, 2006  
Blogger Calvin Jones said...

The plant has started growing early because its mild enough. Do you think the fungus, the bugs and the things that eat plants are also about early? If so who gains more advantage, the plant or the things that consume the plant...its difficult to tell in a few years with the balance upset one of them may die out.

Also, average winters being milder, surely that would encourage insect larvae to survive, so it could very well be pests that get the upper hand! One welcome plant is not really the point is it? Surely its whole ecosystems that matter.

6:34 PM, January 27, 2006  

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