Spring is creeping up on us here, and in spite of the likelihood of one or two more big snowstorms between now and the 4th of July, let me put in a good word for the bit of global warming we've gotten here.
Here's the remnants of the glacier that sets in every fall and attempts to remain as long as possible into the spring. I've been breaking it up in hopes of finding frozen prehistoric stuff and:
In the center of the picture, are my car keys, lost there Feb 3. I credit finding them 20 days early to global warming.
The Saber-tooth Squirrel is probably under the other pile, down the driveway a bit.