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Old Mar 22, 2008, 8:14 AM   #11
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Know what you're feeling, Rick. The pictures are nicer than the experience.

Winter left walk over here. According to the metheorologists winter has arrived when the 24h average temperature has fallen below freezing point for 5 subsequent days. That never happened this year in southern Sweden. It's been the dullest, darkest, wettest "winter" I can remeber. But it changed some time ago. For a few weeks we have seen crocus flowers andswelling buds, heard birds singing, cranes passingand all other promises of yet another summer coming soon enough. And so for Easter we've got this backlash.

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Old Mar 22, 2008, 9:41 AM   #12
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LOL! A friend of mine who's lived on this mountain for years says that it always snows somewhere around Easter. We had our snow last weekend - this weekend I'm going to head down a little lower (not much) to see what kind of wildflowers I can find.
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