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Old May 3, 2014, 11:57 AM   #1
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Woke up to this, this morning ( may 03 UNBELIEVABLE )

The Sparrows can't believe it either

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Old May 3, 2014, 12:43 PM   #2
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Repeat after me... spring is coming, spring is coming, spring is coming.

Nice sparrow capture.
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I would imagine Mr. Sparrow is pretty tired of it too.

90 degrees here today....
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Greg said it, 90F today,,,,,,,,, but frost here 2 nights back.
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Hang in there, Fred. Maybe Springtime will be there by August!!!
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I'm in the same boat, went to an event yesterday and it was 46 and rainy. Really makes you feel like shooting.
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Lol... Better you than me! Our snow banks finally melted just a few weeks ago and I don't miss it. BTW nice shot of the sparrow!
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Hi Fred,

FYI, Summer was cancelled this year. Spring might be over by July 31st and Fall will start the day after ...

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frost this morning, might be 90 on Friday . . .
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Nature throws you some snow, and you grab that great shot of the sparrow. Sounds like a win. Really nice shot. Guess this puts the car drive ins on hold
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