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BS: Spring is here

Gurney 30 May 18 - 02:23 AM
Senoufou 27 May 18 - 04:58 PM
Senoufou 27 May 18 - 03:02 PM
keberoxu 27 May 18 - 11:20 AM
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Stilly River Sage 25 Apr 18 - 11:42 AM
keberoxu 23 Apr 18 - 12:50 PM
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Black belt caterpillar wrestler 20 Apr 18 - 02:43 AM
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Bat Goddess 18 Apr 18 - 12:44 PM
Donuel 18 Apr 18 - 12:21 PM
Steve Shaw 16 Apr 18 - 06:04 PM
keberoxu 16 Apr 18 - 04:20 PM
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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Gurney
Date: 30 May 18 - 02:23 AM

Spring may be there, but Winter is here, next Friday.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 27 May 18 - 04:58 PM

Ha! They haven't got 'six tiny goslings'!!! (silly old lady) They are of course CYGNETS!


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 27 May 18 - 03:02 PM

Those blooming swans are at it again this year. Saw them yesterday down by the village shop, painfully hobbling along with six tiny goslings, who are far too young to be trying to walk a mile behind their parents.
It's heartbreaking,it really is.

Kindly villagers were watching over their progress, and keeping an eye out for oncoming traffic, but they can't be there every morning and every evening throughout Spring.

I just can't figure out why they do this. It's obviously a struggle.
My husband said yet again he'd like to help them and get them into our car (!) to give them a lift to the lake. I keep having to tell him the pen and the cob would attack him - adult swans are very dangerous, especially when they have cygnets. But he's like me, a bit 'sorft'!!


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 27 May 18 - 11:20 AM

And now that it's the last weekend in May,
we're getting April showers with April temperatures to match.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 21 May 18 - 12:42 PM

Just reflect, fellow spring-watchers,
that two months hence,
summer will be in full force, and we will be thinking:
I miss those nights in spring when you didn't need refrigerated air . . .


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 19 May 18 - 07:16 PM

And more, more, more rain.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 19 May 18 - 03:00 AM

I reckon I was too gloomy too soon about husband's hay fever. He suddenly stopped sneezing and has been fine for a week or two. The oilseed rape is still in full flower, and I've never seen so much May blossom - the hedges around all the fields are thick with it. But he now hasn't even a sniffle! Perhaps that local honey has done its job after all.
Cuckoo going mad this morning at dawn, tooting away in the wood behind us. Very poignant sound.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 18 May 18 - 07:54 PM

Spring having sprung,
there is so much green
that some areas are unrecognizeable from a month ago.

Tomorrow our area is due for more rain,
so the green growing things
will be as aggressive as ever.
The hedge bushes look twice as big,
the deciduous ones anyway,
and one on a local sidewalk
is starting to crowd the walk itself. Wants trimming.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 26 Apr 18 - 08:50 PM

Finally, a spring storm instead of a blizzard.
The proof!

the EARTHWORMS were wriggling on the pavement.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 25 Apr 18 - 03:20 PM

Ah yes, hay fever. My poor husband has started to sneeze constantly, feels blocked up and can hardly breathe. The medications make him drowsy and dopey, and he has to drive to work and handle heavy cleaning machinery.
There are numerous fields of oilseed rape around our house and also, sadly, around the school where my husband works. The yellow flowers are now in full bloom, and it's this pollen particularly which makes him so poorly. That and the May blossom in the hedgerows.
We've been trying local honey from our village beekeeper, which we thought might desensitise him, but it doesn't seem to have worked. :(


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Stilly River Sage
Date: 25 Apr 18 - 11:42 AM

The warmer weather has been here for a few weeks (off and on). The daffodils finally bloomed and the iris are now way off-peak, and yesterday an unidentified variety of pollen buildup hit me right between the eyes. Something is blooming and is going to require a neti pot and drugs to clear out the reaction in my poor sinuses.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 23 Apr 18 - 12:50 PM

Another first:

First time that, when parking in an exposed parking lot at lunchtime,
I opened the windows a crack before locking up and leaving the car.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 21 Apr 18 - 01:30 PM

Bright yellow forsythia blossoms, for the first time.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler
Date: 20 Apr 18 - 02:43 AM

The swallows finally arrived yesterday, about a week later than usual.

Robin


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 19 Apr 18 - 07:02 PM

Behind my apartment building is a bed of tulip bulbs.
The big flukey green leaves are up,
but this morning there was sleet,
and now the flukey leaves are sprawled in the dirt every which way.
Maybe the tulip stems and buds downstairs
are having second thoughts about poking themselves above ground.

In the meanwhile, the peepers are peeping frantically,
the bird calls can't be told apart because
all the birdies are hollering and trumpeting at the same time,
especially on a rainy sleety morning.

The trees are stealthily opening buds of green.
And some of the marshlands are still dangerously near flood stage.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Bat Goddess
Date: 18 Apr 18 - 12:44 PM

It is not well and truly Spring until we can go seven full days without snow or flakes in the air.

Spring was again reset on Monday, April 16th (or, as I suspect it might be, January 107th).

My snowdrops, crocuses, and little blue things are not happy. My daffodil buds remain tightly closed.

Linn


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Donuel
Date: 18 Apr 18 - 12:21 PM

After a 3 inch rainfall the trees went from transparent bare branches to an opaque tree line of fairy green in one day


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 16 Apr 18 - 06:04 PM

"I'm getting my bikini ready..."

Me too. :-(


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 16 Apr 18 - 04:20 PM

The spring rain is certainly here -- coming down in buckets.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 14 Apr 18 - 06:31 PM

For the first time,
bare trees in my area
have buds with tiny green bits and pieces of things busting out.

Not a minute before time either.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 13 Apr 18 - 03:11 PM

The weather lady on BBC TV has promised us at least 22 degrees C on Sunday and most of next week. I'm getting my bikini ready... heh heh!


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Bat Goddess
Date: 13 Apr 18 - 02:51 PM

Only a little ice still visible in one of the smaller local ponds. Ice out at Mendum's was about a month ago and Swain's a week or so ago.

Yesterday I saw turtles on "Turtle Rock" in the little pond across the road from Mendum's. And I had a summer tanager fly across the road in front of the car.

Linn


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 12 Apr 18 - 10:54 AM

Sorry keberoxu, I've just seen your question about the Mad Swans.
No, it's a bit early as yet. Their cygnets start walking around mid-May. But Wroxham (we were there yesterday) is absolutely thronged with swans. More than I've ever seen. There were quite a few coach tours (from oop North) having their packed lunches at the picnic tables, and the inevitable mugging by aggressive and hungry swans was in full swing. Really funny!

In our village, the fields are completely under water and look like lakes. The real lakes have joined up, so all the water birds are having a great time. The farmers, not so much...

I've noticed lots of fields that aren't flooded being prepared for potatoes. (deep furrows) Good choice, as spuds love rain.

Our pair of wood pigeons that seem to get fatter and fatter (husband loves them and is always feeding them) have started their very loud "doo, doo, doo-doo DOOOO!" at dawn. He's not quite so keen on them now!


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: beardedbruce
Date: 12 Apr 18 - 09:26 AM

Mentioned, but not given in it's entirety ( From Tom Lehrer):

I'd like to take you now on wings of song, as it were, and try and help you forget perhaps for a while your drab, wretched lives.

Here's a song all about spring-time in general, and in particular
one of the many delightful pastimes the coming of spring affords us all.

Spring is here, a-suh-puh-ring is here.
Life is skittles and life is beer.
I think the loveliest time of the year is the spring.
I do, don't you? 'course you do.
But there's one thing that makes spring complete for me,
And makes ev'ry sunday a treat for me.

All the world seems in tune
On a spring afternoon,
When we're poisoning pigeons in the park.
Ev'ry sunday you'll see
My sweetheart and me,
As we poison the pigeons in the park.

When they see us coming, the birdies all try an' hide,
But they still go for peanuts when coated with cyanide.
The sun's shining bright,
Ev'rything seems all right,
When we're poisoning pigeons in the park.

Lalaalaalalaladoodiedieedoodoodoo

We've gained notoriety,
And caused much anxiety
In the Audubon society
With our games.
They call it impiety,
And lack of propriety,
And quite a variety
Of unpleasant names.
But it's not against any religion
To want to dispose of a pigeon.

So if sunday you're free,
Why don't you come with me,
And we'll poison the pigeons in the park.
And maybe we'll do
In a squirrel or two,
While we're poisoning pigeons in the park.

We'll murder them all amid laughter and merriment.
Except for the few we take home to experiment.
My pulse will be quickenin'
With each drop of strychnine
We feed to a pigeon.
It just takes a smidgin!
To poison a pigeon in the park.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 11 Apr 18 - 10:14 PM

....and the Boston Marathon is forecast to be rained on.
At least it won't be ... gulp ... snow.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Bee-dubya-ell
Date: 11 Apr 18 - 04:20 PM

I saw the first firefly of the year night before last, and heard the first Chuck-Will's-Widow last night.

(Chuck-Will's-Widow is a close cousin of the Whippoorwill, but he doesn't get mentioned in song lyrics.)


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 10 Apr 18 - 01:06 PM

You are right, Bat Goddess, about the joggers
They went bare-kneed weeks ago hereabouts.

I have now seen ducks by one pond
and geese in one parking lot.
Of course the robins are hopping around as if they own the place.

And don't forget the PEEPERS.
Joe Offer and I were exchanging posts about them
on a thread about German songs;
the peepers are peeping as though their species depends on it.
In broad daylight too.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Bat Goddess
Date: 10 Apr 18 - 01:01 PM

I'll look more favorably towards thinking it is Spring if we can just go a full week without it snowing. Temperature rising above 45F, too, would be a nice touch. I still have mounds of blackened snow next to the deck (foot of the driveway) and at the head of the driveway, but it's no longer blocking my view of the road.

Maple sugaring is well under way, but it's not TRULY Spring, of course, until I see the first snowy egret...yard sale...dog, ears flapping, hanging out of a car or pickup truck window...bare knees on letter carriers. Bare knees on joggers have been sighted, but they never really went away. (Joggers are..."different".)

Linn


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 08 Apr 18 - 03:43 PM

Eliza/Senoufou,
is it time for the Mad Swans to start their progress? Or too early yet?


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 08 Apr 18 - 03:42 PM

... spring, anyone?


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 06 Apr 18 - 09:42 PM

I actually hope that
the coolth/cold stays for a little while --
not freezing nor subfreezing, you understand.

Just that a gradual thaw is less likely
to result in floods.
Finally, after these months of snowstorms,
I can see the water level of the flooded rivers and wetlands
gradually lowering. It was getting a little too close
to the road surfaces,
we've had floods that closed roads before.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Donuel
Date: 04 Apr 18 - 09:17 PM

kb you make good copy for a typical local channel 7 weatherman.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 04 Apr 18 - 10:28 AM

Rain, wind and rain! so begins a children's poem about
the earthworms coming out.
It's umbrella time.
In some parts of the northeastern US
this would be called mud season.
having said that,
some of those places are still getting snow this year.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 03 Apr 18 - 04:42 PM

...and with the spring comes the wind. A whole new and different gusty wind.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 02 Apr 18 - 08:38 AM

Now, when it snows, it slushes. About time, too.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 30 Mar 18 - 06:32 PM

The spring peepers are making up for lost time --
they roar in BROAD DAYLIGHT now.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 28 Mar 18 - 11:31 AM

Last year, Easter Sunday arrived so late in the calendar year
that it fell the day before
the Patriot's Day Marathon in Boston, Massachusetts --
which is the day immortalizing Paul Revere's Ride,
and about as late as Easter can possibly be.

This year,
Easter Sunday coincides with April Fool's Day.
...which makes me wonder if the weather will get up to no good.
The forecast for Easter Sunday
does threaten to be chilly, not much above freezing.

And talking of slime,
the spring peepers are out, bless them.
Night before last, no peepers, only a puzzled-sounding bird call.
But LAST night,
there were a mere handful of spring peepers.
Their voices did not roar, which is how it sounds
-- a very high-pitched roar --
when all the peepers go at it "en masse" and make this dense wall of noise.
No, last night was loud and clear, but just a small cluster of peepers, in the ditch near the public parking lot.

That will probably change in a matter of hours!
Though our trees be bare,
spring is impatient to spring forth from the ice and the frozen snow.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Donuel
Date: 27 Mar 18 - 10:34 PM

Spring is sublime and slime
of the blind
to intertwine.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 27 Mar 18 - 03:20 PM

After logging of the public computer last evening, and saying goodnight to Mudcat,
I walked out of the library to the parked car in the lot.
The parking lot, a spacious one, is near a ditch and a patch of woods, in an low-lying region where there are marshes and wetlands nearby.

Thus, the little things that make noise in the evening.
Any time now there will be spring peepers.
But last night there were no peepers yet.
Just one very quizzical-sounding bird call, couldn't place the bird;
but the pitch of the bird call goes "up?" .
Sounded in a way like the bird was calling
"anybody out there?"
"anybody out there?"

Soon enough the peepers will be peeping so loudly
that the quizzical bird call will be drowned out altogether.

It's been a long harsh winter,
and this is our first proper thaw.
Bare trees, and great heaps of frozen dirty snow.
How quickly all of that can change.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 23 May 17 - 03:54 PM

Everything everywhere is green. Seemingly.

Only six weeks ago the trees were bare.

It's overwhelming in full sunshine.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 23 May 17 - 03:55 AM

I've often had the same thought! We like leaning against the bridge parapet and you can see it all from up there. It's very funny.

The swans really are enormous when up close and personal. When you're seated at the picnic table, their heads are level with your eyes. And they have a glassy stare, right in your face, most intimidating.

They also glide up to all the holiday cabin-cruiser boats moored along the river, begging for food. I've even seen them poke their long necks through open windows of the cabins, cheeky things. You can hear the people inside crying out in surprise.

I absolutely love Wroxham. It's about thirty minutes from our village by car, but we go there often.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 22 May 17 - 06:13 PM

That tourist scene sounds as though you could charge admission just to watch.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 22 May 17 - 03:39 AM

Actually it's quite funny to watch at Wroxham. There are those wooden picnic tables arranged down by the river and the Broad. Unsuspecting tourists from 'oop North' sit there munching on their takeaway food, and suddenly a big swan's head on a huge long neck pops up right beside them, followed by another and another, until they're surrounded by them. They stretch out and help themselves to the food on the table, while the tourists sit frozen in terror!

Meanwhile, under the table are various ducks and Canada geese etc.,idly trying to chew their trousers and shoes, while overhead, dozens of seagulls drop large dollops of wet poo.

It's a laugh a minute down there, as other tourists have rented a boat for an hour, and from the same spot one can watch queues of them heading under the low bridge, where the archway is very narrow. They either bump their heads or crunch the boat. Every few minutes there's a cry of "Ouch!" or "Oh no!"


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 21 May 17 - 05:39 PM

Yes, we have ducks and geese of many kinds, and they all seem to get on well together on the river and the string of lakes keberoxu.

At Wroxham Broad, there are absolutely masses of all types of water fowl, scrounging bread and chips etc off the tourists!


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 21 May 17 - 04:28 PM

About the Mad Swans, Eliza:

does your village also have ducks and geese?
And how do they get on with the swans?


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Senoufou
Date: 21 May 17 - 04:11 AM

The Mad Swans are at it one again, dragging themselves and their seven (this year) cygnets all the way to the lake every day and all the way back again. But - some good news! The powers-that-be have erected two big triangular signs at each entrance to the village, with a lovely silhouette of the swans/cygnets, warning drivers to slow down.

It remains to be seen if the blessed drivers will do so. We've already put up another Slow Down sign warning of children and horse riders, but the lorry drivers take no notice whatsoever and hurtle through the village like bats out of hell. I pray it will never happen, but we're all terrified of finding squashed swans, children or horses on the road one of these days. Why do people whizz about like this so irresponsibly?


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 20 May 17 - 02:15 PM

We have croaking beasties in the evening as well. Loud!


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: leeneia
Date: 19 May 17 - 07:39 PM

Thank you for your poem in the Original Post, Donuel. I like it.

Weather here in the heartland showed that spring is not always gentle. We were under a tornado watch for several hours yesterday, but no tornado appeared. Oklahoma saw 5 tornadoes yesterday, but little property damages and no injuries. The tornadoes were crossing empty land, mostly.

We did get a lot of rain. There were flash floods and leaky roofs.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: Donuel
Date: 19 May 17 - 07:17 AM

Spooky bright green light until 8:20 last night/ A solid Layer of clouds over 30,000 ft reflected light long after sunset. When night finally came it was heat lightning all night long. The diaspora of toads migrating last night was a noisy affair.


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Subject: RE: BS: Spring is here
From: keberoxu
Date: 18 May 17 - 08:30 PM

Still spring, regardless.


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