Obviously, my rhapsody on springtime energy in the Adirondacks was a bit premature. As you can see by today’s featured photo, weather in the Adirondacks has rewound, reminding us it is still technically winter. The four inches of heavy, wet snow we received overnight and the blustery, damp wind suggest winter energy - stay inside, drink hot chocolate, and read books kind of energy. Daily life has already switched and sprung ahead to the busy spring pace; things to do, people to see, places to go. Skiing is still great however, and the hot chocolate runs all year at the homestead. I can handle fickle.
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