A tale of two views of the same street, but different weather, a year apart: This time last year, we had May weather in March, including some 80°F days. This year, still a lot of snow on the ground, with our most recent snowfall on Sunday. So this means global warming's over, right? (Ba-bump, crash). … Continue reading what a difference a year makes with the weather–or does it?
correction: it’s NOT all fun and games before the polar ice caps melt
Soundtrack in my head: School of Fish, "3 Strange Days" This picture reflects what Madison WI usually looks like during the first or second week of May. It looks like fun and games. The lawns are green and ready to be mowed, and the tree buds are turning into real leaves. But with the last … Continue reading correction: it’s NOT all fun and games before the polar ice caps melt
it’s all fun until the polar icecaps melt
Early this morning marked Daylight Savings time. With daylight going an hour later on our clocks, you could see more children playing outside, more people walking through the neighborhood and more bicyclists out on the street. It was a sunny day, with the temperature reaching 64 degrees. In the morning I walked outside with a … Continue reading it’s all fun until the polar icecaps melt