March Winds & Spring
The March winds have been busily blowing & chiming -- making beautiful melodies on my large pipe wind chime I have hanging from a thick rope tied to the limb of a huge, old cottonwood tree, that sets south of our adobe.
This wind chime looks as if it was made from pipes that you might see attached to an organ. Sounds just like organ pipes. Anyway... it makes a pleasing, unobstrusive melody here in the rural valley of Southwest Colorado.
We have been experiencing heavy duty melting of winter snow in SW Colorado. We hear that Oklahoma & Texas have been feeling some warmer, spring-like temperatures, also. One of our readers says that Big D (Dallas, TX) reached 90 degrees this week.
So... it has been HOT South of the Oklahoma Border, huh? To HOT! To Early! At least many Southern Oklahomans had cause to hook up their box fans to cool things down this last Thursday.
This weather has me getting my hummingbird feeders out and giving them a thorough cleaning. I read that that you should put them out five to ten days before the average date in your area for the Spring hummingbirds migration. AND... Spring is just around the corner, also!
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