Not Spring Yet

Just wanted to clarify, for those who live south of here (and who but Canadians doesn’t?) that just because we’ve turned off the heat doesn’t exactly mean it’s summery-warm outside. Or inside. We’re just used to it now. Nighttime temps are still well below freezing

To illustrate, this is the glacier still extant in the parking lot next door. It’s well over my head. At least 5,000 cubic feet of compacted snow. It’ll be around for a while.

And this is the back yard. Yes, what appears to be a man-made pile of ice is, in fact, a man-made pile of ice. I’ve stashed several hundred pounds of it there (one orange plastic sled worth a time). I’m going to start using it to cool the fridge, when the weather gets a bit warmer.

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