March 29, 2009

10-Inches of Spring

Like the title says, "10 inches of spring." Woke up this morning to discover we had approximately 1.5" of the white winter-time slick maker coming down from the heavens above. It snowed all day and we ended up with roughly 10 inches altogether. Quite a lot for this time of year.

Normally this is the time of year where we get the vast majority of snow pack in the mountains, but not usually this much in the valleys. Today was a different story.

I went out to the greenhouse and got caught up on my seed starting. More tomatoes and some flowers such as aster and thunergia. Also have most of the pepper varieties transplanted for growing on.

Overall an interesting 'spring' day.

Catch you soon,
Ed

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