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    Sign Spring is almost here!

    Here's a sigh spring is almost here!
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    Crocus come up around here in late January/early February. They are lovely, and yes, are a good sign Spring is coming!!!
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    Redwings were showing some red below the yellow bars today. First I've seen 'em, only heard them the other day. My favorite sign of spring is that redwing "trill"!
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    All of my trees are either sprouting, or bearing leaves. It's amazing how quick they turn John Deere Green.
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    Here the flies are coming to life, not too many other signs yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HydroHarold View Post
    Redwings were showing some red below the yellow bars today. First I've seen 'em, only heard them the other day. My favorite sign of spring is that redwing "trill"!
    I saw my first of the year 3-14, but I am sure they were here earlier than that. That day I took the dog on a 4 mile walk and we went by some farm ponds.

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    Here the flies are coming to life, not too many other signs yet.
    I am seeing flies all over the sunny side of the garage and house
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    Ah, yes...and a most beautiful sign they are! Things are perking up here; was near 80 degrees yesterday...all the Pear trees are in full bloom as are the yellow Forsythia...I think that's what they are called. As the monkey said when the train ran over his tail...it won't be long now.
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    I believe Crocus's are the first of the spring flowers. Our spring in the PNW seems to be 2-3 weeks early .
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    Spring is making a showing here also. The yard will have to be cut this week to knock down the weeds and the pollen is thick enough to choke you but we are not complaining. Temp at 84 yesterday and 84 again today.
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ID:	42174 Had this land on me a couple nights ago. Heard frogs croaking too. Getting excited!
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