March Gallery

Thirty-One frames hath March.

March brought us two blizzards, one after the other, piling about 40 inches of snow on Engleville. It’s been a beautiful winter, and I hate to see it end, but alas, I have no say in the matter. The deep snow keeps whitetail deer pinned down deep in the forests. These are referred to as their “winter yards”. You can tell it’s been a tough winter when they all break out en masse at the first chance, to forage for food needed urgently as the new fawns are born. And on we go to Mud Season…er…I mean Spring!  -Paz

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2 thoughts on “March Gallery

  1. Another lovely collection, Paz, that brought me back to my youth in central Maine. I could feel the weight of the snow holding down the boughs, the beauty of exposed pine cones then crocus, and a big smile for June on her patch of Earth! Good luck with mud season.

  2. Thanks for the note and kind words, Ellen.
    It’s an exhilarating time of year.
    It was, indeed, a winter like “the good old days”!
    Juney has the whole lawn to herself now, the snow mostly gone.
    Can’t say everyone here is pleased about the paw prints on the carpet!

    Seek peace,


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