Making the best of March in Vermont

While the rest of the world is enjoying the first crocuses and daffodils, we are looking out at 2 feet of snow and very muddy roads. My neighbor created this video to combat the cabin fever. I can't figure out how to embed a facebook video, so you'll just have to click to see. Stick with it. My favorite part is when he dances away. --well, sadly you can't see it. Maybe I'll get my girls to make a similar video.

TIME FOR THE SNOW TO GO!

sigh...2 - 5" arriving tonight.

Tammy  – (March 23, 2011 at 10:47 AM)  

LOL, Vermont & Idaho...very much the same. We have had snow more days than not this past week, even a winter storm advisory. Our daffodils are a long way off, but I know they will come. :)

From one snowy-still-winter state to another: I feel your pain.

kristin  – (March 23, 2011 at 12:12 PM)  

we're having (enjoying?) another snowy day here too. so now we get that fateful mix of daffodils AND snow...bummer...byebye flowers.

it's easier to take in March though, isn't it?

i tried the video, but can't access it...i may have to be a friend of your neighbor to see it.

Susan  – (March 23, 2011 at 6:28 PM)  

Oh, Sarah! That's just awful! I hate March. Only one more week and then it will be April. Spring has to come then.

Dawn  – (March 24, 2011 at 11:29 AM)  

There should not be snow in March! Yes, it's time for it to go away.

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