Some weather forecaster said something about La Niña and that overall temperatures will be 5° above normal on the average for quite a while.
If that is true, then these crocus have a great chance to survive,
and cardinals will have no problem finding food.
Jan and I took a quick spin through town on Saturday.
We had originally planned on going over to Nathaniel Greene Park, but due to a chill breeze, La Niña notwithstanding, we just went to Phelps Grove Park and then north through the MSU campus.
These medieval reenactors meet every weekend to enjoy their mock battles.
Jan loves this sign and we look forward to how the flower bed will look once the season gets going.
We didn’t ride on Sunday, but watched Tony Bennett sing duets with others.
Monday’s commute brought such fair winds that I rode in shirtsleeves!
While crossing the MLK Bridge, this train greeted me with a loud and long horn blast.
This short line of cars headed out southeast through town and I could hear him along the way as I was heading home. I was able to see it again later on by the Kraft processing plant.
Listening to this behemoth across town brought a smile because as I had ridden by Central High School, a student had greeted me with, “Hey, Pee Wee!”
Ha! although I am not flattered by the association, I do have my own adventures.