If Winter Is Snow, We’ve Finally Had It

[I’m not sure what’s considered appropriate number of photos for any one blog post but I’m sure this one is breaking all the rules. 🙂 ]

Last week my family was home over New Year and as we looked at the weather forecast, there appeared to be a “chance” of snow for Wednesday. Of course, in southeast Georgia, a chance of snow usually means a few flurries in the middle of the night.  Continue reading “If Winter Is Snow, We’ve Finally Had It”

The Trouble with Turkey

Forgive me if I have already talked turkey to you. I did a search and didn’t see anything resembling that but I did find this post that made me chuckle. And then cry. Those Leyland Cypress trees did grow to be big and give great backyard privacy, only to be blown down in the last 1.5 years. Road construction, tropical storms and hurricanes did a number on them, what disease hadn’t already done.

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