The Week In Seven Photos

Don’t really know why when the temperature goes from zero to sixty in a few days that it isn’t as exciting as flooring it after a green light in a fast hot rod, but trust me it really isn’t. Started the week with a freezing mini snow storm

that had Harper looking to the sky wondering for God’s sake when is this going to end.

Well, by the end of these cupcakes

the sunshine and sixty degrees arrived. Still not as exciting as a fast car, but better than the ’70s station wagon I drove after getting my driver’s license.

Unfortunately, we’re still waiting for the ice to melt so it’s not quite time for the kayaks or reading by the lake, but hopefully that will change in a few days.

There may be a chance for a walk with the birds this weekend, but

it will be a very busy sports weekend with the March Madness Tournament, wonderful return of baseball and a few hockey games if there is a tv or device available. Harper may have to wait another week for a chance to sit by the lake, but if my teams lose quickly this would be a great spot to sulk.

18 responses to “The Week In Seven Photos”

  1. March marches on! What a trying month for those of us who live in the north. Hope your teams win. And, wonderful pictures as always.

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    1. Thank you and another year when my basketball bracket was busted after the first day!🏀😁 What a crazy week of weather, we actually put our chairs out on the deck yesterday when it hit 70 degrees. The backyard visitors aren’t use to the company and a chipmunk almost ran right into Harper on the deck.🐾😁

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      1. Crazy here, too. The patio chairs aren’t out yet. Have to wait for the mud to go away first so we don’t sink down, down, down getting to the patio. 😉

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  2. That is quite a change in temps. Hoping the ice melts soon. 😊

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    1. Some lakes are beginning to have a small area of water for the ducks and swans and the area around the rookery at Kensington Metropark is filling up with birds in the water and herons on the nests.🙂

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      1. Yay! Hoping to great to Kensington again soon. 😊

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  3. The doe is so pretty as is the lake slowly melting away. Our Vegas Golden Knights stomped the Florida Panthers last night on home ice!

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    1. Thank you!🙂 I’m hoping Steve Yzerman can get the Red Wings going in the right direction soon, but in the meantime I’m cheering on the Toronto Maple Leafs.🙂

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  4. So strange to still be seeing snowy pictures after a day which was both sunny and reasonably warm. Hope you can soon sit by your unfrozen lake.

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    1. After such a cold start to the week, it felt like summer when it hit 70 degrees yesterday. The ducks and swans finally have a little area of water on the lake, but they told me there wasn’t enough room for my kayak.😁

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      1. Kayak season will soon be here.🛶

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  5. Yo-yo weather, geez! After today’s lovely sunny, high 60s, back to 40/50º and rain tomorrow.

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    1. I’m back to March reality, it’s chilly, I can hear the rain hitting the windows and I’ve already lost one of my Final Four teams in my basketball bracket.😁

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  6. 70ish in July/August is accepted as high summer here! It can get warmer, and does in the interior…
    Always important to have a sports sulk spot, and I can’t believe I didn’t have to visit mine yesterday! Everton tried everything to lose the game yet got a win!
    I hope the (astonishingly vivid) green cupcakes are gone, along with any more winter surprises for your weekend!

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    1. Thank you!🙂 After losses on Thursday I thought I would be out sulking by the lake in the rain, but luckily a few favorites won on Friday!! Hopefully I’ll have more big wins by the time all the ice melts tomorrow.🏀🙂

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