Signs of Spring 1


OK, so it was raining and we're expecting the mother of all storms tonight/tomorrow, but the sight of the Blackthorn in bloom at the side of the house still stopped me in my tracks yesterday.

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  1. That's always a lovely sight!
    It's been dry with some sunshine here, so I made the most of it and spent a couple of hours on the plot.
    Have a good week, and don't get blown away!

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  2. Today down here in Sussex by the Sea, has been the nicest day of the year so far. We did have some thundery showers, but plenty of sunshine too, even a couple of rainbows. Managed to get lots done in the garden. x

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  3. Blackthorn blossoms are lovely! Can't wait for something -- anything!! -- to bloom here.

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  4. Flighty - sounds like you made good progress there!

    Louise - glad you've had a good day, hope it wasn't too bad overnight though.

    Your eg tour guide - hello again! I can see from your site you're a very long suffering Canadian this winter!

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  5. I must be desperate if my signs of spring are plant sprouts & bulb buds, while yours are glorious white tree blossoms.

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  6. Mr McGregor's Daughter - Let's hope winter soon starts clearing away over on your side of the pond.

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