Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Looks wonderful. We have one more stupid weather day coming -- tomorrow -- and then things will start changing quickly -- I trust.
It looks like this right now, Wednesday morning. And it's balmy windows open temperatures. Yesterday morning we woke to almost an inch of snow -- which quickly melted. Ah, weather!
It's always such a pleasure to see the blossoms coming out. You must be so glad to see them.
Johnny Appleseed must have come to your farm. Do you have any crab apples? Read a story where crab apples was all he planted and it was for the purpose of making apple cider and apple jack as this was all the farm people had in the way of alcohol.
Jim -- see this post http://vickilanemysteries.blogspot.com/2014/10/keeping-faith.htmlI'd like to think our crabapple was a descendant of one of J Appleseed's!
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