I saw my first Robin today


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In case you are not familiar with the concept, this is big s**t for those of us that live in the snow belt (or in “The Frozen tundra” as Miss C will refer to it as).  It’s a sign that Spring is either on the way or is here since these are migratory birds for the most part.  This means things are starting to warm up.

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21 thoughts on “I saw my first Robin today

  1. Happy ‘things are warming up’ to you haha

    On 3 March 2017 at 23:34, Random Writings on the Bathroom Wall wrote:

    > Jim posted: ” In case you are not familiar with the concept, this is big > s**t for those of us that live in the snow belt (or in “The Frozen tundra” > as Miss C will refer to it as). It’s a sign that Spring is either on the > way or is here since these are migratory birds” >

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  2. From dru the old female downer chick; “starting to warm up” BEWARE, BEWARE. Don’t start planting yet or put away you long johns, the Ice Maiden appeared in my dreams just this morning and distinctly said….”I’M GOING TO GET JIM YET”.
    Your Friend the goddess dru

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  3. I hadn’t realised until recently that the American Robin heralds Spring. In the UK, our Robin (a different bird), while actually living here all round the year is associated with winter and snow and is put on Christmas cards!

    I’m glad your robin has put in an appearance, let’s hope your temperatures increase. What’s the highest temp it can get to there? Presumably still coolish?

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      1. There you are dealing with the Gulf Stream I think and weather from the Atlantic. the weather is fairly stable here is fairly stable given we’re landlocked but we have a number of good storms that brew up over the prairies and blow in.

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