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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by FullClip, Apr 7, 2020.
Y’all stick liberals in the ground up there?!
Hope? Not so much ...
Just put the dock in the water as I can't see any ice down in the southern cover of the lake. Gotta either fix the leak in my waders or get a new pair.
Little signs is right. We’ve got mosquitoes EVERYWHERE!
A tick on my Dog. I just gave her a monthly dose of Vectra, but it apparently it hadn't kicked in yet as the Tick was still alive. Mosquito's in the Marsh, I'm predicting a bad year for them. I got the boat ready so I'm sure it will Snow again. Son caught two Northern Pike, but no Largemouth's. It's Spring. Day temperature hit 62 degrees!
I saw my first Robin yesterday. Trees are starting to bud. First flowers are coming out.
A sure sign in Utah that a big wet snow storm is coming. Heavy, wet snow that sticks to all the leaves and breaks the branches.
Then a couple of nice weeks, then hot and no rain until October.
Three Robins have been hanging around in our yard for several weeks and Easter flowers are in full bloom. tom.
Nice. Spring here is very short. It’s that weekend between winter and hot. One of the disadvantages of living in high desert.
Bunch of turtles on the ditch banks today. Felt like summer. Lost 4lb of water weight in 2 hours and that's with 48oz.
What the hell is this spring you guys speak of?
Ha-Ha...that pic warmed my heart more that the first dandelion on the lawn. We are supposed to get a few inches of "poor man's fertilizer" here the end of the week.
You in the mountains somewhere??
Red Buds and Apple trees blooming down here in Tennessee
88 degrees today and gobbling turkeys mean spring is here and trying to be early summer.
Already 85 here today. Spring has sprung and we are headed to summer. Walking in the park today we spotted an albino squirrel!
I saw some actual bugs flying around today.
Pretty cool, but that poor little rodent had best keep a good eye out 24/7. Squirrels ain't very high up on the food chain.
The incessant sounds of leaf blowers, weed eaters and lawn mowers. For flock sake, it gets old! There aren't that many lawns ON EARTH to warrant such a constant cacophony!