Fluctuation. Otherwise known as February in Pennsylvania.

ice drops

Last week, my little creek was high in it’s banks and jammed with ice sheets. Then the weather turned, the water calmed and when it dropped it left beautiful ice shelves about 8 inches off of the water surface. I love watching the ice drops change day to day as the weather changes.

ice apple

Our January thaw, and 70 degrees, left our Spry apple trees confused. They started to bud just in time for their beautiful fuzzy leaves to freeze again. They are never going to make it past 4 feet tall if this keeps happening every spring.

ice wire 2

My little mud bugs thought the ice hanging from a roll of chicken wire was really fun!

ice huck

Huckleberry Hound on a jog by the creek. He will be much happier when his swimming hole is back this spring.

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