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Are you one of those people that the glass is half full or half empty? If it’s half full then the good news is that I had over 25 Robins flying around the yard today. The Robins have returned which is a good sign of what is right around the corner The not so good news for those of you with half empty glasses is that they were dodging snowflakes as they were chasing the squirrels away.
At one point there were about 15 of them digging for worms in a little spot that had some grass showing and of course the snow was all around them. They must have eaten well on their trip back because they were fat. Either that or they were all females waiting to lay some eggs sometime soon. It’s just nice to see them back and rumor has it that come the end of NEXT week we may be turning the page on this winter season.
Syracuse continues to hold the top spot on the snow hill but Buffalo is still just a storm away from them. I think it’s getting to the point, make that past the point where most people don’t want any more snow.
The National Snow Contest has been really close also with Erie, PA holding the lead for most of the season. Syracuse was able to tie and then pass them but that only lasted for about a day. Right now only 2 inches separate the top spot and Buffalo even has a slight chance at being crowned the Snowiest BIG City in the US. You can check that out at www.goldensnowglobe.com .
Have an Awesome Night All!