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    cloudy and cold again I would be glad when it warms up for good. I don't
    want it at 105 again but warm about 70-80. That's my kind of weather!

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    Over the weekend and today we got Denmark's prior weather - cold, windy and rain ... like to froze last night when we left the concert hall and the subsequent 5 block walk to the public parking garage.

    Intet-at-tabe,
    Tulips in bloom ... that's got to be a wonderful sight. Haven't seen tulips in bloom since I moved from Washington state in 1981.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    Over the weekend and today we got Denmark's prior weather - cold, windy and rain ... like to froze last night when we left the concert hall and the subsequent 5 block walk to the public parking garage.

    Intet-at-tabe,
    Tulips in bloom ... that's got to be a wonderful sight. Haven't seen tulips in bloom since I moved from Washington state in 1981.
    Master Krummhorn

    It´s been a few days since my entry about the tulips, you should see my garden now? All flowers in bloom in various colours. The dafodils are breaking the surface and in two or three days the will "shine". All different colours from the colour of grass. Yesterday it was quite cold and with the wind from the north, but the weather forecast for today is some sun, no winds, cloudy but temperatures around 62 F.

    We went on a walk in the near by small forest yesterday, and all the trees are about to unfold with new leaves, which mean that in a few days you won´t be able to see the sky from all them trees, wild flowers everywhere on the ground and birds singing from the early morning. We even saw a squirrel and three deer eating quietly, but alert all the time some 120 feet from us.

    Unlike in the USA, we don´t have any animal predators in Denmark, except the fox, if you can call the fox a predator. No mountain lions, no wolves, no Grizzly bears, no aligators or crocks, no cheetahs, no lions or tigers or rhinos. Not even a scorpion or a black spider. The most deadly predators in Denmark are the rats, which seem to increase in numbers in the big cities down the suer systems, because of tons of human food thrown out to the garbage. They breed like rats, as you know.
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    Hi intet-at-tabe,

    Ohh, you are making me wish all the more I was there in Denmark this time of the year ... absolutely love the green forests ... I envy you in that respect, but alas, I am here and cannot do much about that this late in life. I love our home - we have a few wildflowers along with two bougainvillea's that will be blooming in a couple months. It's a "townhome", meaning that it is connected to other dwelling units, but all have their own private backyards. Eventually I'll post some pics in the gallery here - after Easter when there is more time.
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    Nothing is blooming in Kentucky yet. Only the grass is begining to turn
    a pretty green and the trees are begining to bud. This is unusual for
    Kentucky not have at least daffidils in the middle of March. Right now
    it's windy and cold with rain in the forecast. Brrr!
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    Gee, the weather today is awful!! I'm looking through my window right now and there are clouds all overt the place. And it's been snowing again. We haven't had that for like a month or so. Can't tell you the temperature because my thermometer's been broken for a couple of days know. I've got to buy new one.
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    Feels very cold today, went out and it hailed as I walked back.
    The weather people tell us it is going to be a snowy Easter.

    But whatever the weather, a very happy Easter to one and all.


    Margaret

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    Currently it is partly cloudy - Quite partly cloudy - 30 mph winds and 77 degrees fahrenheit.

    Ms. Margaret, you mentioned that it hailed - were you "Hailed"? As Royalty perhaps

    Cheers,

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    My area is under a flashflood watch and the weather siren just went
    off! I hope we are not into some severe thunderstorm warning!
    I would like to make it to church tonight if I have to swim to it!
    Right now it's 44 degrees right now after enjoying 70 degree weather.
    That's kentucky for you.
    judy tooley

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    Well CD

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    We're back up to the mid 70's again ... but about 6 years ago, on Easter Sunday, it started snowing here ... started at 5:30 a.m. and didn't stop until 8:30 a.m. It was all melted by 11:00 a.m. Snow is rare for Tucson, but being high desert (nearly 2700 ft. elevation) anything can happen.

    I think spring has sprung.
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    Well so we switched temps. We were in the 70's last week. Now it
    would be pure luck if the temp is up to 50 today. It's still raining.
    I didn't get to go to church tonight. I forgot what time it was when
    it was too late to go. I need to get my fanny in gear tomorrow if
    the temp is 30. I have church work to do.
    judy tooley

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    delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    delicious


    We had some sun today; refreshing!
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    Sunny this morning with no winds. But very cold last evening and during the night, almost below zero in Celcius, which mean close to 32 F. Somehow it must be the strangest year so far weatherwise, tons of rain in January and February like the prophets of the weather can´t seem to decide, when they will finally let us all smile more, knowing the winter for 2008 has past for good.

    But the flowers and the trees don´t seem to mind, and all the birds around here are having a field day, which make the neighbourhood very happy and colourful.
    Best regards,
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