The clouds withdrew after midnight and revealed Orion striding down the western sky. The frequent clouds this year mean that I haven't seen much of him, despite the mild air which has made being outdoors at night so pleasant. Of course, the clouds are one reason the winter air has been so mild. The last few hours of mostly clear sky has brought considerable chill. The day, however is apt to be warmer than yesterday. Saturday, the rain will return, and Sunday will be clear. The storms are getting shorter. Phil may have seen his shadow, but his predictive ability may not extend this far west. Six more weeks of winter would be more winter than we've already had here, but I doubt we'll get it. Our frogs predict an early spring.
"Even though a goat ate my arm, thanks to the CGTF I've been able to stop hiding behind drugs and alcohol and face the world again. I'd recommend the CGTF to anyone!"
-- Sean C., Centreville, VA
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Other stuff, but it's getting too late. The bright, cheerful morning is putting me in a bad mood.